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characterized by or exhibiting evasion

deliberately ambiguous or vague

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deliberately vague or ambiguous

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avoiding or escaping from difficulty or danger especially enemy fire

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He will evasively live with his family as he always has but will give himself only to himself.
Wives should have denied owning movables and ascribed control of lands to their husbands and most did so in some fashion, but some answered evasively or spoke of joint worth.
At this time of year, females will test males' suitability for mating, running evasively up to several miles from them.
Asked by TAP on the nature of the materials seized, Mohamed Ali Laroui answered evasively.
Nostra Aetate deals, though too evasively, with the question of Christian-Jewish relations and with other living faiths.
It's particularly insulting for taxpayers that not only has PS6m already been spent drawing up plans for this road since 2011, but to add insult to injury, the Welsh Labour Government has evasively refused to publish the full conclusions of this expensive, yet flawed, consultation.
Khalifa Haftar staged several bloody attacks against other Libyan militias in the name of eradicating terrorism by leading a paramilitary force evasively named the Libyan National Army.
On May 16, Libya's rogue general Khalifa Haftar staged several bloody attacks against other Libyan militias in the name of eradicating terrorism by leading a paramilitary force evasively named the Libyan National Army.
For decades, they kept clinging, albeit evasively and insincerely, to a promise of the Quaid-e-Azam to the people of tribal areas at the time of independence not to interfere with their tribal codes and customs and their ways of life.
19) Although The Vindicator evasively denied it, the new paper's likely editor was Father Angus McDonald.
Representative Jenckes replied evasively, "[t]hat matter is not within the domain of our committee, but belongs to the Committee on Military Affairs.
RF noise jamming is an especially attractive option for cutting off an adversary's scouts and space-based surveillance sensors from networks, decreasing the timeliness and throughput of their communications, or forcing them to maneuver evasively in ways that benefit a defended force.