Definition of 'blurry'
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While some of the track's sharpness is lost and is a bit blurry, this is still very realistic. The Sun (2016)It features one of the goals of the season by a blurry shape in a white shirt. The Sun (2016)Haunted by blurry or double images? The Sun (2015)Shame about the blurry image - not their best shot. The Sun (2014)Had we seen that car, would we recognise it from the blurry image? Times, Sunday Times (2014)The physics gets a bit blurry here). Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's getting a little bit blurry now. The Sun (2012)And how can you hope to pick a hotel from such tiny, blurry pictures? Times, Sunday Times (2006)The businessman took a blurry picture of the youngster who he said was British and did not seem to fit in with the family. The Sun (2012)He added: 'It is all a bit blurry right now. The Sun (2014)A bit blurry, but you will almost certainly recognise me, if you are my mother. Times, Sunday Times (2012)B) Slightly blurry pictures of your cats. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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