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indeterminate

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishindeterminatein‧de‧ter‧mi‧nate /ˌɪndɪˈtɜːmənət◂ $ -ɜːr-/ adjective  EXACTimpossible to know about definitely or exactly a girl of indeterminate ageindeterminately adverbindeterminacy noun [uncountable]
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indeterminateOf indeterminate age, he had moist grey eyes set in a pale, thin face.This is in effect saying that the policy makers for the public sector were indeterminate, at that time.Every general term and every abstraction is an elaboration of this, and is matched by reality with its often indeterminate borders.Miss Logan made indeterminate gestures to the priest, then set off in pursuit of her employer.an indeterminate length of timeAnd then for an indeterminate period of time he sat appraising the grazing cattle.Service: being such an indeterminate quantity it is difficult to set parameters.At a village in the countryside their sleeping quarters were patrolled by rifle-toting men of indeterminate sympathies.It was indeterminate, the weather, not cold enough to warrant wearing my overcoat, not warm enough for a jacket.
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