Meaning of indistinctness in English:


Pronunciation /ˌɪndɪˈstɪŋktnəs/


See indistinct

‘With the world moving faster than internet shares on a trading screen, the danger of slipping into the void of indistinctness is greater than ever.’
  • ‘There is without doubt a certain indistinctness to Vermeer's handling of paint in many passages, and a frequent blurring of the boundaries between areas of colour.’
  • ‘There were better prints, from a technical point of view, in the show, but the hazy indistinctness of this one seemed to literalize its distance from us in time.’
  • ‘In fact, nearly the entire battle scene between Ash's followers and the army of the dead is fuzzy and dim to the point of indistinctness.’
  • ‘As regards its meanings, it is somewhat undefined and has some amount of indistinctness.’