indistinctness[ in-di-stingkt ]SEE DEFINITION OF indistinctness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDISTINCTNESS
He articulated with some difficulty, slurring his words to the point of indistinctness at times.
Yet greater is the indistinctness when they are all jostled together in a little soul, which has no room.
Each of them peered through the indistinctness of the dusk at the other two.
The unmerited are to be attributed to the indistinctness of my rapid penmanship.
Indistinctness may arise from the employment of equivocal terms in the definition.
Our perceptions have the brightness and indistinctness of a trance.
There was a sense of indistinctness through the mist which was an ally to Chadron.
The indistinctness is the one interesting feature of the sketch.
Behind the vicarage the purple-rimmed hills just fading into indistinctness.
This indistinctness of oblique vision, which might seem a defect, I consider an excellence.