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The indistinctness at the bottom of the left window was still there.
Yet greater is the indistinctness when they are all jostled together in a little soul, which has no room.
The darkness and visual indistinctness of the landscape do not help; each spot looks the same as the others.
But at the State Theater indistinctness was simply made louder.
The concert repeats tonight, by which time the moments of indistinctness may have been resolved.
The starlight, dim and soft, had a sense of silver in its indistinctness.
And then home through the white indistinctness in a state of melancholy that became at last so fine as to be almost pleasurable.
The rays of a crescent moon showed the ground with milky indistinctness.
Exception might be taken to the name bestowed upon this whale, on the ground of its indistinctness.
Sir Leicester, lying in his bed, can speak a little, though with difficulty and indistinctness.
Webster was finding that the figures had a tendency to blur into indistinctness.
A constant problem in mathematics, an indistinctness over whether an expression equals zero.
In Las Vegas, the two overlap, often to the point of indistinctness.
When he turned his head, they were all there, solid, but the indistinctness remained at the corners of his vision.
Then the tail section sprouted from the indistinctness.
Eddy shrank back, and the voices dissolved into indistinctness.
As upon a former occasion my conceptions were in a state of the greatest indistinctness and confusion after leaving the mattress.
The east brightened and the marsh, earlier an indistinctness of brown and silver, began to take on new definition.
How absurd to be resuming the agitation which such an interval had banished into distance and indistinctness!
It isn't just the indistinctness with which Southerners speak that makes it so difficult to follow, it's also the slowness.
The Lisbon sisters and the boys who love them fade into indistinctness - all except Lux.
Cold sweat beaded his skin, as beyond the ring of dim light he saw a vague and colossal form, awful even in its indistinctness.
On receiving the painting Lenox was baffled, and "greatly disappointed" by what he called the painting's "indistinctness".
One blows up operatic characters as one does a photograph: the indistinctness gathers with each enlargement.
The blurry indistinctness of his outline faded with the lambent glow of the suit itself.
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