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How to use indistinctly in a sentence

Mrs. Kaye, without turning her head, murmured something indistinctly, and lit another cigarette.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Smiles dimpled every face, and low tones of happiness murmured indistinctly through the room in every pause of the music.
RUTHELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
Its white front glimmered indistinctly through the trees, showing only one oblong of light on the lower floor.
SUMMEREDITH WHARTON
Grey islets with foam flying over them lay around indistinctly seen through the driving vapour from the gean.
THE BRITISH EXPEDITION TO THE CRIMEAWILLIAM HOWARD RUSSELL
I was to find my place in the rather indistinctly sketched constructions that were implicit in the minds of all our circle.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
In the old mythology these entities were recognised, indistinctly moving, in the grand scene of nature.
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With regard to Gilliatt, whether by chance or design, he was in shadow, and was only perceived indistinctly.
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The water murmured indistinctly; but no other noise marked the majestic gliding of that outline.
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Traces of tears indistinctly visible form a pleasing but sombre accompaniment of joy.
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At the same moment I heard, indistinctly, a strange, rumbling sound.
LEFT ON LABRADORCHARLES ASBURY STEPHENS

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