amphibology /ˌamfɪˈbɒlədʒi/

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a phrase or sentence that is grammatically ambiguous, such as She sees more of her children than her husband.
– origin late Middle English: from Old French amphibologie, from late Latin amphibologia, from Latin amphibolia, from Greek amphibolos ‘ambiguous’ (see amphibole).

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