Ever since I was sixteen I have been used to horses," was the reply of Antonio to the question of Charles--Julia smiled at the ambiguity
of the answer, and was confirmed in her impression that he had left college at that age to serve in the cavalry.
Ascribe it all to that fatal, heart-thrilling, hope-inspiring 'yes,' loveliest of human females," continued Tom, kneeling with some caution, lest the straps of his pantaloons should give way--"Impute all to your own lucid ambiguity
, and to the torments of hope that I experience.
There was an ambiguity
about this person's character,--a stain upon his reputation,--yet none could tell precisely of what nature, although the city gossips, male and female, whispered the most atrocious surmises.
It was as if a sudden illumination had been flashed upon the ambiguity
of Daisy's behavior, and the riddle had become easy to read.
She wore two crucifixes, which got themselves entangled in a heavy gold chain upon her breast, and seemed to Mary expressive of her mental ambiguity