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indistinct

in·dis·tinct

indistinct

 
 
pronunciation:
In dih stIngkt
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: not clearly defined or delineated; vague; blurred.
My memory of him is indistinct.
synonyms:
bleary, blurred, fuzzy, misty, murky, obscure, vague
antonyms:
distinct, emphatic, sharp
similar words:
ambiguous, cloudy, dim, dubious, equivocal, faint, filmy, general, hazy, indefinite, muddy, nebulous, shadowy, thick
definition 2: not clearly perceived or perceiving.
At certain points in the recording, the words were indistinct.He has indistinct vision in his left eye.
synonyms:
muffled, mumbled, muttered
antonyms:
distinct
similar words:
cloudy, dim, fleeting, inaudible, murky, nebulous, obscure, thick, vague
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derivations: indistinctly (adv.), indistinctness (n.)
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