Examples from the Web for indistinctly
He spoke swiftly, often indistinctly, and it maddened him to be asked to repeat.Bunker Bean|Harry Leon Wilson
And Mr. Dingwell's babbling went on, but too indistinctly to be unravelled.The Tenants of Malory|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
She could see it, indistinctly it is true, but with plenty of detail.Hour of Enchantment|Roy J. Snell
The great tuberosity can be indistinctly felt on the lateral aspect of the shoulder through the fibres of the deltoid.
"Good morning," Morice said indistinctly, hooking the collar of his uniform.The Happy End|Joseph Hergesheimer
British Dictionary definitions for indistinctly
Word Origin and History for indistinctly
c.1400 (implied in indistinctly "equally, alike"), from Latin indistinctus "not distinct, confused," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + distinctus (see distinct). Related: Indistinctly; indistinctness.