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The many campaigns have an unfortunate way of blurring into one another.

I like blurring the lines, so for the general public they can assume what they want.

But his asylum was rejected, thanks to the blurring of lines that intelligence assets are often mired in.

There is an inexorable blurring of the line that separates entertainers and athletes.

That ever-blurring line between patient and customer is one of the most difficult things to walk in medical practice.

But the fog remained—an actual clouding of his physical vision, blurring all he looked upon.

Feathered wisps of tell-tale vapor whisked through it at blurring speed.

But the irony of Jimmy's last three words went always with me, a monotonous ache blurring every impulse toward hope and joy.

In spite of the blurring moisture in her eyes he could still read the old look of ownership.

Sergeant Cuff looked for the last time at the foot-marks on the sand, which the rain was now fast blurring out.

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On this page you'll find 76 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blurring, such as: baffling, bewildering, complex, complicated, confounding, and difficult.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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