Definition of Indistinctness. Meaning of Indistinctness. Synonyms of Indistinctness

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Definition of Indistinctness

Indistinctness
Indistinctness In`dis*tinct"ness, n. The quality or condition of being indistinct; want of definiteness; dimness; confusion; as, the indistinctness of a picture, or of comprehension; indistinctness of vision.

Meaning of Indistinctness from wikipedia

- is a frame language. The system is an attempt to overcome semantic indistinctness in semantic network representations and to explicitly represent conceptual...
- Indistinct Conversations is the fourth full-length album by Canadian indie rock band Land of Talk, released on July 31, 2020 through Saddle Cr**** Records...
- imaging a point source. It is also known as disk of confusion, circle of indistinctness, blur circle, or blur spot. In photography, the circle of confusion...
- Nepal, and Sri Lanka. It is known under many different common names: indistinct frog, marbled balloon frog, and lesser balloon frog. As the common names...
- Ziridava xylinaria, the indistinct ****, is a moth in the family Geometridae. The species was first described by Francis Walker in 1863. It is found...
- Catalan nouns are inflected for gender (masculine or feminine), and number (singular or plural). There is no case inflection. Articles and adjectives agree...
- prismatic crystals, m****ive, compact or granular Cleavage [0001] indistinct, [1010] indistinct Fracture Conchoidal to uneven Mohs scale hardness 5 (defining...
- Drymonia obliterata, the indistinct marbled brown, is a moth of the family Notodontidae. It is found in Central and Southern Europe, Asia Minor and Armenia...
- amœna var. cr****ior Hansg., showing the reticulated chloroplast. The indistinct blur in the centre of the cell indicates the position of the nucleus....
- condition from DSM-IV, code 313.82. See also: Identity disorder; A constant problem in mathematics, an indistinctness over whether an expression equals zero....
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