Prevaricate| /prĪ’varikeĪt/

verb

  1. To deviate, transgress; or to go astray (from).
  2. To shift or turn from direct speech or behaviour; evade the truth; to waffle or be (intentionally) ambiguous.
Example: The people saw the politician prevaricate every day.

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