Synonyms of blur
• Her face is a blur.
• Dan smiled at him through a haze of smoke and steaming coffee.
• He was in a fog when he got up.
• the vast branches vanished into deep indigo obscurity above my head
1 become indistinct
• If you move your eyes and your head, the picture will blur.
• Scientists are trying to blur the distinction between these questions.
• the jargon that frequently obscures legal documents
• A thick grey cloud masked the sun.
• It's difficult enough without muddying the issue with religion.
• They are deliberately obfuscating the issue.
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befogto surround with fog
make unclearconfuseobscureblurmuddledarkenfuzzmuddy the watersobfuscate (formal)make vaguebecloudmake hazymake indistinct
blotA blot is a drop of liquid that has fallen on to a surface and has dried.
• an ink blot
• Only one memorable slip-up has blotted his career.
Thesaurus for blur from the Collins English Thesaurus