- a winding pathway: usually used in pl.
- roundabout, indirect ways of talking or doing things
Origin of ambage; from Middle English ambages (taken as plural ), intentional ambiguity ; from Middle French ; from Classical Latin ; from amb-, around + agere, to go
- often ambages Ambiguity.
- ambages Winding ways or indirect proceedings.
Origin of ambageBack-formation from Middle English ambages, equivocation, from Latin ambāges : amb-, ambi-, around; see ambi– + agere, to drive; see ag- in Indo-European roots.