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blurry

[ blur-ee ]
/ ˈblɜr i /
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adjective, blur·ri·er, blur·ri·est.
blurred; indistinct.
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Origin of blurry

OTHER WORDS FROM blurry

blur·ri·ly, adverbblur·ri·ness, noun
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How to use blurry in a sentence

  • In those taken when it flared most brightly, the blurriness was especially marked.

    Creatures of the Abyss|Murray Leinster
  • It would explain her luminous pallor, if not her blurriness; and, too, her eyes did not seem to function in the light.

    The Tree of Life|Catherine Lucille Moore
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