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adumbrate to give an indistinct or sketchy outline of. [1/2 definitions]
astigmatism an irregularity in the curvature of a lens, including that of the eye, that prevents rays of light from meeting in a single focal point, resulting in an indistinct or distorted image. [1/2 definitions]
bleary vague or indistinct, as something seen. [1/3 definitions]
blob an indistinct shape or object. [1/3 definitions]
blur to become vague or indistinct. [3/7 definitions]
confuse to make obscure or indistinct. [1/3 definitions]
deface to erase, blot out, or otherwise obliterate; make indistinct, illegible, or valueless. [1/2 definitions]
dim not clear to the senses or understanding; indistinct. [1/9 definitions]
dreamy like a dream; hazy or indistinct. [1/4 definitions]
dull muffled, low, or indistinct in sound. [1/10 definitions]
figure the form or outline of something; shape of something indistinct. [1/16 definitions]
fuzzy blurry or indistinct. [1/4 definitions]
grumble a series of deep, indistinct sounds; rumble. [1/5 definitions]
mumble to say in a low and indistinct voice. [2/3 definitions]
murmur a soft, indistinct, continuous sound, such as that made by low voices in conversation. [3/6 definitions]
nebulous hazy, confused, or indistinct. [1/2 definitions]
obscure appearing faint or indistinct. [1/6 definitions]
schwa an indistinct vowel sound that occurs in most unstressed syllables in English, such as the first "a" in "away". [1/2 definitions]
thick hard to understand; indistinct. [1/10 definitions]
vague inexact, unclear, or indistinct in form or character. [1/3 definitions]