- not distinguishable.
- indiscernible; imperceptible.
Origin of indistinguishable
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Examples from the Web for indistinguishable
Most of the collective minutes of your days spent outside the wire are indistinguishable from one another.Whatever You Do Someone Will Die. A Short Story About Impossible Choices in Iraq
Nathan Bradley Bethea
August 31, 2014
The new GOP attack on the Medicaid expansion is that it's indistinguishable from the dreaded Obamacare.Everything is Obamacare!
March 3, 2014
Today the security situation on the ground is indistinguishable from what it was three years ago.Should the Military Pull All Forces Out of Afghanistan After 2014?
Daniel L. Davis
February 28, 2014
To Norvig, that would be indistinguishable from the real emotion.Can Robots Fall in Love, and Why Would They?
December 31, 2013
News travels house to house, until fact and rumor are indistinguishable.Lights Out in Westchester, New York
November 6, 2012
The colours were indistinguishable at the distance, drenched and sodden.Old Man Curry
Charles E. (Charles Emmett) Van Loan
Both in looks and behavior he is indistinguishable from other strong rats.The Goat-gland Transplantation
Sydney B. Flower
A camel is indistinguishable from a peanut—if only their humps be considered.The Book of the Damned
The solar system was behind them, indistinguishable from the other stars.Mezzerow Loves Company
Floyd L. Wallace
The voices that came down to them were jumbled, faint, indistinguishable.Spring Street
James H. Richardson
- (often postpositive foll by from) identical or very similar (to)twins indistinguishable from one another
- not easily perceptible; indiscernible
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Word Origin and History for indistinguishable
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