- The quality of being open to more than one interpretation; inexactness.
- The condition of being uncertain or unclear.
- The condition of having a double meaning.
Late middle english: from old french ambiguite, from latin ambiguitas, from ambiguus "doubtful".
- The ambiguity of the sentence made it hard to understand.
- The contract had a lot of ambiguity that needed to be clarified.
- The poem had a lot of ambiguity that the reader had to interpret.
- The ambiguity of the statement caused confusion among the team.
- The ambiguity of the question made it hard to answer.