Definition of equivocatory in US English:

equivocatory

adjective

  • See equivocate

    • ‘He also contends that his qualification of the government's factual proffer, as described above, showed that he was "equivocatory" on entering the plea.’
    • ‘It can be casually entertaining, dull but compelling because of its authorship or outrageously challenging an equivocatory, apologetic or blatantly misleading editorial.’

Pronunciation

equivocatory

/-kəˌtôrē/