be ambiguous

See: equivocate
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His work may be ambiguous and filmic, but Tom is straightforward and open.
1997), the insured was inside a gas station and the vehicle was in the insured's sight at the time of loss, but the unattended vehicle exclusion was held to be ambiguous because the policy, provided that it would not cover loss to property vehicle unless one of the insured's employees or sales personnel was "in or on the vehicle at the time of loss." The term "on" was held to be ambiguous.
The governing state law can often be ambiguous in defining whether the right to receive income from an annuity policy is equivalent to the actual cash receipts from the policy.