One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘A small, red-headed, squinting man, Clarendon described him as of ‘extraordinary cunning’, though in the end his contorted tergiversations overwhelmed him.’
- ‘You may call it tergiversation, but we pros call it diplomacy.’
- ‘The Treasury displayed the utmost determination, ingenuity, tergiversation and meanness of spirit in trying to cut his fees.’
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