Indistinct

In`dis*tinct"

(n`ds*tkt"), a. [L. indistinctus: cf. F. indistinct. See In- not, and Distinct.]
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1. Not distinct or distinguishable; not separate in such a manner as to be perceptible by itself; as, the indistinct parts of a substance. "Indistinct as water is in water." Shak.
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2. Obscure to the mind or senses; not clear; not definite; confused; imperfect; faint; as, indistinct vision; an indistinct sound; an indistinct idea or recollection.
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When we come to parts too small four our senses, our ideas of these little bodies become obscure and indistinct.
I. Watts.
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Their views, indeed, are indistinct and dim.
Cowper.

Syn. -- Undefined; indistinguishable; obscure; indefinite; vague; ambiguous; uncertain; confused.
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