Entry: equivocationary (adj.)
In context: "Pemulis tells Lord he cannot believe his fucking eyes. He tells Lord how dare he don the dreaded red beanie over such an obvious instance of map-not-territory equivocationary horseshit as Ingersoll's trying to foist."
Definition: from equivocation (n.): The use of words or expressions that are susceptible of a double signification, with a view to mislead; esp. the expression of a virtual falsehood in the form of a proposition which (in order to satisfy the speaker's conscience) is verbally true.
Other: I'd be utterly remiss if I weren't to link to Map Is Not Territory, by Jonathan Z. Smith. Method and theory!
SNOOT score: 2
Source: Oxford English Dictionary