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How to use ambivalent in a sentence

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Being ambivalent herself, Vowell agrees this might be what attracts her to Canada.
For most of his life, the Scottish Labour Party was, if not actually opposed to home rule, at least highly ambivalent about it.
We might feel ambivalent about picking up a book about a woman's struggle with breast cancer.
In most cases physicians prescribed requested medicines but were often ambivalent about the choice of treatment.
Mercury is, by nature, ambivalent, difficult to see, neither one thing nor the other.
A detailed analysis of The Prince would be needed in order to unpick the ambivalent feelings Machiavelli had towards Cesare.
The survey found 56 percent of Republicans were either ambivalent or unexcited by his candidacy.
A key theme of his latest work is the spread of murmurs of apocalyptic marvels and of ambivalent savior-cum-charlatan figures on the horizon.
Kocher, who often casts herself as a migrant, displaced from all possible homes, appropriately closes the volume on this ambivalent note.
The two communities are bound together in a powerful and in Duelke's account ambivalent relationship.
The postcard can be thought of as an ambivalent object, produced between spatial and temporal locations, between seriality and personalization.
Your column gave me a lotta laughs, but I'm also ambivalent over the whole anti-bullying curriculum.
A hetero Chicago hood, to his embarrassment, finds himself falling for this ambivalent androgyne.
Wayward performances and an ambivalent attitude towards his score markings must be challenged.
We have been, as devoted readers can attest, mostly ambivalent on the marriage issue.
Those sentiments are a far cry from her early years when she had an altogether more ambivalent attitude towards her singing.
I know it pains him that he hasn't seen me grow up and that, now, I seem ambivalent about our relationship.
I don't think there's another band in existence capable of producing such an ambivalent reaction in me.
In some ways they have coveted each other, and yet the economic relationship between the two remains ambivalent.
Yet, as with all such situations, we feel ambivalent when we consider this factor.
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Examples from Classical Literature
With the decline of this ambivalence the taboo, as the compromise symptom of the ambivalent conflict, also slowly disappeared.
Thus we find again that taboo has grown out of the soil of an ambivalent emotional attitude.
Let us recall that in our earlier discussion we took note of the ambivalent character of love.
When their meal ticket is finally driven into the sea, we feel merely ambivalent.
Moreover, supernaturalism plays a crucial and ambivalent role in the novel.
Let us suppose the subject has ambivalent feelings toward his father.
He manages to provide a striking portrait of the mixed and ambivalent feelings of Caesar's and Pompeius' troops who were about to fight each other in the battle of Pharsalus.
In Modernity and Ambivalence, Zygmunt Bauman analyzed how many in late modernity in particular have realized that the world is inherently and ineradicably ambivalent.
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