Enter your search term here and click

Nowadays spell check is an important part of our writing. How-do-you-spell.net is the place where you can find the correct spelling of indistinctness and find out the common misspellings with percentage rankings. Here you can even get a list of synonyms for indistinctness. Checking antonyms for indistinctness may also be very helpful for you.

Spell check of indistinctness

Correct spelling: indistinctness

Synonyms:
clutter, unmanliness, entropy, vagueness, disarray, frenzy, disorder, disarrangement, disorderliness, unfitness, bleariness, inexactness, chaos, cloudiness, gentleness, turmoil, amorphousness, fog, anarchy, inchoateness, sissiness, shapelessness, confusion, murk, dimness, muddlement, lawlessness, irregularity, derangement, dishevel, indefiniteness, fuzziness, mildness, tumult, looseness, shadow, insanity, effeminateness, mess, inconsistency, faintness, softness, formlessness, half-light, obscurity, diffuseness, effeminacy, unevenness, haziness, anarchism, murkiness, blurriness, commotion, perturbation, disintegration, balminess, womanishness, fogginess, filminess, discomposure, deformity, twilight, messiness, laxity, incoherence, disorganization, disconnectedness.

Antonyms:
distinctness, sharpness.

Examples of usage:

1) A figure, blurred to indistinctness, appealed in a doorway nearly opposite, stood for a moment looking up at the reddened sky, and came across the street. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) Such, however, is the nomenclature which is requisite; a nomenclature to which I have recourse, not for the sake of illustrating my subject, but with the view of giving a practical notion of its indistinctness. - "The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies", Robert Gordon Latham.

3) Then Boone made his way between the tables and found himself being presented to several other women, to a pair of liaison officers on leave and, because it all took place in a moment, suddenly felt the floor grow unsteady under his feet, and saw, as the one clear vision in a blur of indistinctness, the slender figure of a woman whose hair was a disputed dominion along the borderland of gold and brown. - "The Tempering", Charles Neville Buck.

Alphabet: