Synonyms for indistinctly

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"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.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1400 (implied in indistinctly "equally, alike"), from Latin indistinctus "not distinct, confused," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + distinctus (see distinct). Related: Indistinctly; indistinctness.

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