verb (used with object), blurred, blur·ring.
verb (used without object), blurred, blur·ring.
Origin of blur
Examples from the Web for blurred
Yet all too often the line between Southern and Confederate can get blurred.Steve Scalise Shows There’s a Fine Line Between Confederate & Southern|Lloyd Green|January 2, 2015|DAILY BEAST
(That Williams was a lifelong Democrat illustrates the political blurred lines when it comes to laws related to pregnant women).The Supreme Court Case Uniting Pro-Lifers & Pro-Choicers|Emily Shire|December 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Quickly, the lines between their pretend feelings for each other and their real ones are blurred.Team Peeta or Team Gale: Why the ‘Hunger Games’ Love Triangle Ruins ‘Mockingjay – Part 1’|Kevin Fallon|November 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In Syria, he said, “the dividing lines are just so blurred.”
Semi-rigged elections, and blurred lines between business and government—Beijing's wrangling would make Boss Tweed proud.
The flickering, blurred flames of gas-lamps seemed to be dissolving in a watery atmosphere.The Secret Agent|Joseph Conrad
Zulma wrote hers in a large steady hand, but a tear, which she could not restrain, fell upon the letters and blurred them.The Bastonnais|John Lesperance
In the comparative silence of this deserted cavern, now, there were also the blurred sounds from overhead.Astounding Stories, July, 1931|Various
There certainly did seem something scrawled on the smooth green sticks, and a blurred outline revealed itself.The Mandarin's Fan|Fergus Hume
It was after midnight then, and a cold fog made the station a gloomy thing of blurred yellow lights and raw chill.The Amazing Interlude|Mary Roberts Rinehart