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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunfocusedun‧fo‧cused, unfocussed /ʌnˈfəʊkəst $ -ˈfoʊ-/ adjective  1 ATTENTION#not dealing with or paying attention to the most important ideas, causes etc The discussion was becoming unfocused.2 LOOK ATeyes that are unfocused are open, but are not looking at anything specific He gave her an unfocused look.
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unfocusedSo far the protest movement has been unorganized and unfocused.At this stage, the urge to do something was unfocused, but it was extraordinary how people threw themselves into it.Dull, unfocused eyes indicate pain or illness.She saw less and less of Ben, and missed him in a slightly sad, unfocused kind of way.The film's disappointing performance was laid at its documentary style and unfocused lack of drama.The hours spent beneath the apple tree assumed a distorted quality as though she were looking at them through an unfocused lens.There may on occasions be sound educational reasons for adopting a style of interaction in which unfocused questions predominate.If it starts wrong, or proceeds in an unfocused way, it ends wrong.When he subsided after five minutes, he'd lie with his eyes wide open but unfocused, weeping.
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