indistinguishable[ in-di-sting-gwi-shuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF indistinguishable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDISTINGUISHABLE
The colours were indistinguishable at the distance, drenched and sodden.
Both in looks and behavior he is indistinguishable from other strong rats.
A camel is indistinguishable from a peanut—if only their humps be considered.
The solar system was behind them, indistinguishable from the other stars.
The voices that came down to them were jumbled, faint, indistinguishable.
The ancient wig of the judge is often indistinguishable from the old wig of the flunkey.
The indistinguishable shapes of men, in long lines, pulled on ropes.
Walls, floor and ceiling were an indistinguishable dark gray.
There were angry, indistinguishable retorts, and the crowd swayed.
"So high the letters will be indistinguishable, I fear," responded Roseleaf, with a laugh.