- v become glassy; lose clear vision
- v to make less distinct or clear
- v make unclear, indistinct, or blurred
- v make a smudge on; soil by smudging
- v make dim or indistinct
- v become vague or indistinct
The distinction between the two theories blurred
- s indistinct or hazy in outline
a landscape of blurred outlines
- s unclear in form or expression
the blurred aims of the group
- Using laser light, he made two transparencies one of the blurred photograph of a microscope, the other of a purposely blurred picture of a spot of light shot by the same camera.
- Out went stuffy Victorian parlors; in came sleek, glass-walled structures that blurred the line between indoors and out.
- The line between victim and attacker has been badly blurred: Most of the LRA fighting forces were once abductees themselves, children like Ojok Bosco, who were then forced to .
- Bart Gordon in Washington Post
I think it's clear that we have a budgetary situation that bears little resemblance to the rosy projections offered by the administration ...... a vision that is now increasingly blurred,Gordon told NASA Administrator Michael Griffin.
- John Adams in Guardian Unlimited
The message, Adams says, is: "My opponents may be pressing all your buttons, but I've got a plan. I'm a practical guy. I'm not going to send you out into the world with your eyes blurred with tears."
- Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in Reuters India
Its assumption of some security role following the Sept. 11 attacks in the United States has compromised its original purpose and blurred its focus,Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi told business executives and officials at a parallel "CEO summit".