tergiversation. t, e, r, g, i, v, e, r, s, a, t, i, o, n. tergiversation. To his wife, Liam's explanation was marked by tergiversation. He gave few indications of where he was the night before, or why he smelled like another woman's perfume.

/ˈtɜrdʒɪvərˌseɪʃən/

noun. The act of evading any clear course of action or speech, of being deliberately ambiguous; equivocation; fickleness.

To his wife, Liam’s explanation was marked by tergiversation. He gave few indications of where he was the night before, or why he smelled like another woman’s perfume.

freedom. f, r, e, e, d, o, m. freedom. "The homosexuals love to cram their queer agenda down the throats of hardworking American families. It's killing our freedom," said the bigoted congressman from Alabama's 6th congressional district.

/ˈfridəm/

noun. The state of being free, of not being imprisoned or enslaved.

“The homosexuals love to cram their queer agenda down the throats of hardworking American families. It’s killing our freedom,” said the bigoted congressman from Alabama’s 6th congressional district.