The other person who followed close behind him was, I guessed from his uniform, which I could but indistinctly see, Antonio.
People pressed around him, but so indistinctly he could not recognize them.
As I jumped to my feet, I indistinctly saw what appeared to me to be a body of men coming towards us.
Soon he indistinctly saw two men engaged in a hand to hand strife.
Its blade gleamed faintly now and then in the star-light, so indistinctly that at first it seemed like a trailing white ribbon.
"Not all skill—not all skill," piped the metallic voice, indistinctly.
Smoke was all about me, and I could only see the faces of convicts and warders looming at me through the haze, indistinctly.
"You know everything," she answered, indistinctly, through her fingers.
These are either over the whole fruit, or only indistinctly on the side exposed to the sun.
“You should have the Croix de Guerre,” he said indistinctly.