Definition of 'indistinct'
Example sentences containing 'indistinct'
WEEKEND FOR MURDER (2002)
The blurriness of it distorted the man's features, rendered them vaguely indistinct like the image of a ghost.THE EXECUTION (2002)
His mind felt as indistinct as the view, his long but fitful sleep leaving him more ragged, with less patience and comprehension.THE LAST RAVEN (2002)
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