Tergiversate

• (v. i.) To shift; to practice evasion; to use subterfuges; to shuffle.
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Tergiversate

Ter'gi·ver·sate intransitive verb [ Latin tergiversatus , past participle of tergiversari to turn one's back, to shift; tergum back + versare , freq. of vertere to turn. See Verse .] To shift; to practice evasion; to use subterfuges; to shuffle. [ R.] Ba...
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tergiversate

tergiversate 1. To use evasions or ambiguities; to equivocate in order to mislead or to withhold information. 2. To change sides; to apostatize or to abandon one's beliefs or allegiances, or to repudiate, renounce; to cast off or to disown.
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