The adjective equivocal means someone is deliberately unclear in what they say, because they want to avoid speaking the fact or to make a choice.
Synonyms are doubtful, puzzling, dubious, or fishy.
The word origins from Late Latin aequivocus meaning “of identical sound, of equal voice, of equal significance, ambiguous, of like sound” and is the past participle of aequivocare. It comes from aequus meaning “equal” plus vocare meaning “to call”.
I read a lot of poems and I found out that they have equivocal interpretations.
The result was still in fact equivocal.
The equivocal decisions of youngsters nowadays are very evident.