indefiniteness

[ in-def-uh-nit ]SEE DEFINITION OF indefiniteness

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In this matter there must be no indefiniteness, no chance for misunderstanding.

The Jesuit notion does not err on the score of indefiniteness.

And, as another of the elements of this creation of beauty, there must be indefiniteness. '

For, with all her wealth and power, Joyce often felt this "indefiniteness," as she called it.

He could not be moulded to a clever womans liking, for all his indefiniteness.

In the hands of Dryden the Elves of Chaucer lose their indefiniteness.

Its indefiniteness shown by the serpent symbol, and the cross.

A constant source of misunderstanding and mistake is indefiniteness of meaning.

There was no indefiniteness about that "he;" there was only one "he" for Garda.

As concerns the indefiniteness of the dream, it is after all a characteristic like any other.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c. (implied in indefinitely), from Latin indefinitus, from in- "not, opposite of, without" (see in- (1)) + definitus, past participle of definire (see define).

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