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Definition of the noun ambivalency
What does ambivalency mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: ambivalencies
- mixed feelings or emotions
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Sigmund Freud (RLE: Freud) (2013)
His Personality, His Teaching and His School by Fritz Wittels
Ambivalency is a much less apt term than bipolarity, but the orthodox Freudians make it a point of honour to use only the former term, in the hope that Stekel's better expression will lapse into oblivion. One inconvenience of this yielding to the ...
by Robert Jean Campbell
ambivalence, ambivalency ambulatory schizophrenia amyl nitrite amyloidotic polyneuropathy, familial.
by Eugene Ehrlich
noun, also givenas ambivalency 1. uncertainty, especially when caused by inability to make up one's mind.
A Victor Hugo Encyclopedia (1999)
by John Andrew Frey
an ambivalency toward a revered literary ...
Studies in Honor of Ladislav Zgusta by Braj B. Kachru, Henry Kahane
arum lily In Webster's New World: ambivalency, antipodes, the Argentine, artefact, assurer, Austin In LDOCE: abattoir, about (as ...
Chambers concise dictionary (2004)
ambivalence /am'bivalans/ or ambivalency >n the concurrent adherence to two opposite or conflicting views, feelings, etc about someone or something. [1912: from German Ambivalenz, from AMBI- ...
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Scrabble value of A1M3B3I1V4A1L1E1N1C3Y4
The value of this 11-letter word is 23 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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