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Spell check of indistinctness

Correct spelling: indistinctness

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.

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.