indistinctness


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indistinctness

noun blur, blurriness, delitescence, delitescency, dimness, dullness, faintness, filminess, fog, fogginess, fuzziness, gloom, grayness, haziness, inaudibility, indefiniteness, indistinguishability, murkiness, mysteriousness, nebulosity, obscuration, obscurity, opacity, paleness, poor visiblity, shadow, smokiness, unclearness, vagueness
See also: ambiguity, confusion, obscuration, opacity
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14) in which the persona equates capitalists' exploitation to the blood-sucking mosquitoes and the indistinctness of the images of a poem like "Skyscraper" (p.
The companion figure emerges within the inner life-world of the child, arbitrarily, and may stay in residence for a shorter or a longer time (even a matter of months or years), and then may fade back into indistinctness and disappear.
conceived, and the indistinctness of these complex ideas inevitably
The first book takes issue with the Leibniz-Wolffian school for positing sensibility merely in the indistinctness of representations, while making the distinctness achieved by apperception into the exclusive property of intellectuality (29).
Cattle amble along a track across knolls and under grisaille foliage; sharing a drowsy indistinctness with sheep whose fleeces are tousled with the glow of the declining sun.
For the virtual indistinctness between substance and essence in Locke's thought, see Ayers 14, 17, 19, 20.
The forms of typically European political distinction and stereotypically Asian anti-political indistinctness correspond to the one force of unpolitical being, in the harmony of opposites.
Exception might be taken to the name bestowed upon this whale, on the ground of its indistinctness.
Clarity is defined as clearness or lucidity as to perception or understanding; freedom from indistinctness or ambiguity.
Articles in the following section include an examination of difficulties associated with the indistinctness of word classes.
Stanhope recognized that Telstra still had a lot of improving to do particularly on customer service and the lengthy talks with regards to the national broadband network (NBN) that is causing indistinctness in the market.
Although these paintings have a predominantly low tonal range, it is more important to note that the indistinctness of their floral or folded fabric imagery also results from the intrinsic 'noise' of the paint machine; its incapacity to produce sharp edges, the coarse grain of its always slightly unpredictable spurts and mists of colour, and its propensity for 'ghosting' or mis-registration of colour separations.