ill-defined[ il-di-fahynd ]SEE DEFINITION OF ill-defined
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The cloud, you mean--a dim, ill-defined, dark body of vapour?
There was a picture of myself sitting in an ill-defined room; that was all.
The Niuans had a belief in a future state, albeit shadowy and ill-defined.
It was so ill-defined that he could not trace it to its source.
Now the duties of these Native Commissioners were multifarious, if ill-defined.
The division between prudence and cowardice is often ill-defined.
They result, in great measure from the use of ill-defined terms.
An ill-defined feeling is very often the strongest rule of conduct.
A shadow, dim, ill-defined, seemed to take partial form in their front.
In some ill-defined way Harrington Surtaine was involved in that nostalgia.
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