Ambiguous Statement

Ambiguous Statement

In advertising, any statement that does not have a specific meaning. Ambiguous statements are particularly useful if a new product does not have a target audience or if the producer is unsure to whom it will appeal. For example, an advertiser may call a new product "fresh" in its advertising because, although it may mean different things to different people, it is usually interpreted positively.
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All I elicited was an ambiguous statement as to the distance between the cottage and the hall; it was "not so far.
The White House later issued an ambiguous statement that left unclear whether President Donald Trump -- who has said Tillerson was wasting his time pursuing dialogue with North Korea-- had given his approval for the speech.
Part 101 applies to those users with the ambiguous statement that recreational drones may not be operated "so as to endanger the safety of the national airspace system.
He revealed after the session that this was an ambiguous statement designed to make me feel even more unsettled.
There can be a fine line between an ambiguous statement and a misleading one.
Saying or posting such a useless, ambiguous statement does two things.
API released a somewhat ambiguous statement in response to the proposed rule.
The American Petroleum Institute (API) released a somewhat ambiguous statement in response to the proposed rule.
Do the right thing" is still an ambiguous statement.
Not the ambiguous statement -- on-the-fence type of position -- which was issued after the Parliament session at the weekend.
This rather ambiguous statement was contradicted by Abdullah, who reports that in his village, "Islah members and supporters remain in their homes.
Pawar, who made ambiguous statement hinting that his MLAs would rather vote for the BJP, also said that his party's group leader R.