he demonstrated his ambivalence toward the decision by refusing to speak either for or against.
I have the most ambivalence to that subject.
The word 'ambivalence' is a noun, a word for the state of having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something or someone; a word for a thing.A noun functions as the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the object of a verb or a preposition.Example sentences:Her ambivalence about her job made her think about improving her education. (subject of the sentence)I detected ambivalence in his attitude toward homework. (direct object of the verb 'detected')Exploring more options may be an antidote for your ambivalence. (object of the preposition 'for')
Surprisingly for Mark, he was experiencing ambivalance towards the win.
Sandra faced great ambivalence about going to the liquor filled party, because she had adversities maintaining her sobriety.
The origin of ambivalence is from the Latin ambi- 'on both sides' and valere 'be worth'.
I am not writing a sentence using that word.
I can give you a sentence using the word galaxy.
a sentence using the word endotracheal
This is a sentence using the word aviator.
The mother animal who could not carry her newborn baby, watched her group leave the area, looked back at her baby, toward the group, back at the baby: her ambivalence about which choice to make appeared clear in her behaviour.
This is a sentence using the word monomer. :P