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indistinct in Colours & sounds topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishindistinctin‧dis‧tinct /ˌɪndɪˈstɪŋkt◂/ AWL adjective  CCLEAR/EASY TO SEEan indistinct sound, image, or memory cannot be seen, heard, or remembered clearly opp distinct She muttered something indistinct. My memory of what happened next is indistinct.indistinctly adverb
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indistinctHe knew it had featured Resenence Jeopardy, but the details were indistinct.She murmurs, but her words are indistinct.And who will pay the price for all these indistinct boundaries?The light through the blind was going, and his features were indistinct, his eyes lost in their deep sockets.Hrun himself was already an indistinct shape amid the tightening coils.Even with the binoculars, I could barely make out the indistinct shapes gliding through the water.All the police have to go on is a grainy, indistinct video clip.It has been three weeks since the indistinct videotape image hit television screens with the impact of, well, a whip.He spoke in a raspy, indistinct voice.