Definitions

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  • adj. Not distinct.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ distinct

Examples

  • And they suffered these evils because of black skin, which was a nondistinct sustaining aspect of their nature.

    Concepts of Disease and Health

  • Culver and Gert's (1982) requirement that the antecedents be a “nondistinct sustaining cause” is a biologically noncommittal criterion.

    Concepts of Disease and Health

  • If the cause is inside the body it is nondistinct just in case it is difficult to remove (e.g. a surgical implement left in the body) or it is biologically integrated in the body (e.g. a retrovirus).

    Concepts of Disease and Health

  • First, perhaps the principle of nondistinct sustaining causes fails to capture our intuitions about causes of disease.

    Concepts of Disease and Health

  • Too much anger, too much grief, rage, fear, guilt, and shame, and it was like mixing too many different colors of paint together into a muddied nondistinct gray-brown, the color of wet sand.

    The Life You Longed For

  • Almost immediately her image faded into a blur, hazy around the edges, nondistinct.

    Stands a Calder Man

  • For what could have been two separate but rather nondistinct displays are juxtaposed to create a visually captivating exhibition revealing some of the methods and techniques artists use to portray the earth and its majestic landscapes as well as seascapes in their work.

    Corpus Christi Caller Times, Caller.com Stories

  • Rectangular, nondistinct, thick and a little too heavy to hang on the walls, they sit on specially made shelves and lean at 45 degrees.

    Berks county news

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