"Not all skill—not all skill," piped the metallic voice, indistinctly.
"You know everything," she answered, indistinctly, through her fingers.
“You should have the Croix de Guerre,” he said indistinctly.
But a fog lay over the water, and he could see the geese but indistinctly.
At the same moment I heard, indistinctly, a strange, rumbling sound.
I saw these, but indistinctly, not half comprehending the wonderful picture.
Indistinctly, vaguely, he recalled things that had happened.
In the semi-darkness of the rocky defile he could see the lion but indistinctly.
In the shadow I had seen him only indistinctly; and as he passed under the lights I saw him not.
People pressed around him, but so indistinctly he could not recognize them.