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Elsner, too, attributed the indistinctness of the bass passages and the weakness of tone generally to the instrument.
On his chest was a pulsing darkness, a black flame, a dark heart, shimmering with the indistinctness of absolute shadow.
THE JEWELS OF APTORSAMUEL R. DELANY
The most common fault is indistinctness—slurring over or leaving out notes.
PIANO MASTERYHARRIETTE BROWER
Young house-crows are distinguished from adults by the indistinctness of the grey on the neck.
The row of houses on the other side of the water was shrouded in indistinctness, and no ugly object marred the scene.
Upon this occasion the preacher seemed troubled with unusual indistinctness of vision.
HUBERT'S WIFEMINNIE MARY LEE
From the indistinctness of the first two somites, I conclude that they are later formations than the four succeeding ones.
A vague indistinctness borne of distance served to modify the outlines and he alone was seeing and understanding.
The starlight, dim and soft, had a sense of silver in its indistinctness.
KENNYLEONA DALRYMPLE
These now lay before him, merging imperceptibly into indistinctness.
THE GOLDEN FLEECEJULIAN HAWTHORNE

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