indiscernible

[ in-di-sur-nuh-buh l, -zur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF indiscernible

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDISCERNIBLE

He had no notion of the time; the golden hands of his watch were indiscernible in the gloom.

For at first he had lain outstretched on the ground, hidden and indiscernible, like those who lie in wait for swamp-game.

We could almost say, not only the same power, but the same sort of power, is indiscernible in Haydn and Mozart.

Control was full of people; Air Force brass, technicians, observers, enlisted men of indiscernible purpose.

His eyes and nose were gone—in fact his features were indiscernible—but he was not mortally injured.

We do not show it in the drawing, as it would be indiscernible, coming very close to A′ X.

The trail was like a softened stripe; footprints might be there, merged into the pattern till they were indiscernible.

His way lay across a range of hills, the road over which was so blocked up with snow as to leave all trace of it indiscernible.

By the time sexual maturity is attained the dorsal pattern often is indiscernible or represented only by faint traces.

Between lips that stirred so little their movement must have been indiscernible, he asked: "Who?"

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INDISCERNIBLE

indistinct

adjectiveobscure, ambiguous
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