- n. The characteristic of being blurry.
- n. the quality of being indistinct and without sharp outlines
“The operation is considered safe, but a number of complications -- such as blurriness, night glare and halos -- can occur.”
“Auto Sharpen analyzes photos and corrects common focus problems, such as blurriness caused by poor camera focus”
“Redskins 'Portis still has' blurriness 'from concussion, won't lose starting job upon return Redskins' Portis still feeling concussion effectsASHBURN, Va.”
“Some people think that this just makes it worse, since the picture gets more blurry when there's a lot of motion, but I find the jerkiness more annoying then the "blurriness".”
“This puts a lot of stress on our eyes which can suffer from blurriness, fatigue etc.”
“Back off a bit on the far vision, allowing a little blurriness in one eye, and I can read in an emergency without my glasses.”
“Digital noise became more pronounced, and there was some blurriness while the webcam or subject was moving.”
“They must lose a lot of sales because of this blurriness.”
“I'm a secularist and really have problems with the creeping blurriness between religion and state, but I do think that showing the gay community's strong representation within faith communities is vital, and also providing a home base for those who want support in knocking back bigotry from tax-advantaged institutions in this country is quite needed.”
“I often used Smart Trim Mode, a feature that was added in the last version of Premiere Elements and automatically analyzes footage to suggest what could be trimmed due to blurriness, shaky footage, low contrast or brightness.”
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