blurriness blurriness


  • (n) the quality of being indistinct and without sharp outlines


  1. A sharpness, a blurriness, a sharpness, a blurriness, your eyes are always going from one to the other, which is how I view the world, too.
  2. The thing about the present is precisely its confused instability, its blurriness, its sleight-of-hand.
  3. Everyone involved contributes to the second-half blurriness.


  1. "He still has some blurriness," Coughlin said. "He got dinged pretty good. They're going to do all the psychological tests that a player has to pass before he can be cleared to practice."
    on Dec 22, 2008 By: Tom Coughlin Source: New York Times

  2. "I think the headaches are now gone," Zorn said. "I think the ringing's gone. There's still a little blurriness. It's really when you move your head real quick, there's a little blurriness. Something's still there, and day by day, I think...
    on Nov 16, 2009 By: Jim Zorn Source: Washington Post

  3. "This report is direct, honest and forward-looking," Lieberman said. "There's no blurriness here. To do what we ought to do is going to cost some money and require some resources."
    on Jun 15, 2007 By: Joe Lieberman Source: Hartford Courant

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