prevaricate: speak or act in an evasive way.
equivocate: use ambiguous language so as to conceal the truth or avoid committing oneself.
circumlocution: the use of many words where fewer would do, especially in a deliberate attempt to be vague or evasive.
implicit: implied though not plainly expressed.
allude: suggest or call attention to indirectly; hint at.
hint: a slight or indirect indication or suggestion.
vague: not clearly expressed.
dissemble: conceal one’s true motives, feelings, or beliefs
ambiguous: (of language) open to more than one interpretation; having a double meaning.
ambivalent: having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something or someone.
circumspect: wary and unwilling to take risks.
discreet: careful and circumspect in one’s speech or actions, especially in order to avoid causing offense or to gain an advantage.
circuitous: (of a route or journey) longer than the most direct way.
tortuous: full of twists and turns; excessively lengthy and complex. This word is not to be confused with the word torturous. The two look very similar and it is easy to mistake one for the other. Torturous means suffering under torture; characterized by, involving, or causing excruciating pain or suffering
obscure: not discovered or known about; uncertain.
inconspicuous: not clearly visible or attracting attention; not conspicuous.