Ambiguity noun / ˌæm·bɪˈɡjuɪ·t̬i/ a situation or statement that is unclear because it can be understood in more than one way: [ C ] This is a first step toward clarifying things, but there are still many ambiguities. reference-“http://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/engli
“very pleasing, especially to the senses; delectable; splendid: a scrumptious casserole; a scrumptious satin gown.” (www.dictionary.com) This week is Thanksgiving and we hope your meal is quite scrumptious! Yum! Turkey!
We use the term Fall Back to remind us to turn our clocks BACK 1 hour at Daylight Savings time in the fall. (We use the term Spring Forward to remind us to move our clocks FORWARD 1 hour at Daylight Savings time in the spring.)
noun. a hollowed pumpkin with openings cut to represent human eyes, nose, and mouth and in which a candle or other light may be placed, traditionally made for display at Halloween. (www.dictionary.com)