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OTHER WORDS FROM indistinctin·dis·tinct·ly, adverbin·dis·tinct·ness, noun
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Interestingly, as opposed to what we identify as an elf in modern fiction and popular culture, the ancient Germanic people had a more indistinct concept of the mythical being.20 Fascinating Creatures of Norse Mythology|Dattatreya Mandal|November 2, 2022|Realm of History
The educator Donald Stokes, for instance, has pointed out that the line between basic and applied science can be indistinct.What made the last century’s great innovations possible?|Jon Gertner|March 18, 2022|Science News
We are forced to conclude that the lines between military and civilian uses remain sufficiently indistinct to make a potential conflict more likely than not.There’s only one space treaty in the world, and it’s woefully out of date|Michelle L.D. Hanlon and Greg Autry/The Conversation|November 28, 2021|Popular-Science
But the images were too dim and indistinct to make out a face or a license plate number.Hero or Criminal? James Brady, the WTC Ironworker Who Jumped Off the Building|Michael Daly|March 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Chinese images were notably indistinct and those released by the Australians this week are little better.Was MH370 Carrying Killer Cargo?|Clive Irving|March 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It is clear that they see countries as indistinct numbers, open to endless evaluation.Bernard-Henri Lévy: Downgrade Moody’s!|Bernard-Henri Lévy|December 14, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The music was indistinct at first, a faraway muffled sound with a repetitive bass line.My Parents' Brothel|Douglas Rogers|December 6, 2009|DAILY BEAST
He saw all the son in its haggard lines; he heard all the son, in those few indistinct sounds.The Pastor's Fire-side Vol. 3 of 4|Jane Porter
It lay there clear and tranquil, and one could see the swaying of the indistinct green of its banks.Honey-Bee|Anatole France
Indistinct specimens, apparently consisting of decomposed compact felspar.
Granular quartz-rock of several varieties: and indistinct specimens of a rock approaching to talc-slate.
Indistinct specimens of greenstone, with adhering quartz; apparently a primitive rock.