Definitions

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  • noun The property of being unclear.
  • noun An instance of being unclear.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun incomprehensibility as a result of not being clear

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Examples

  • It is "doubtfulness or uncertainty of meaning or intention," or "Doubtfulness or uncertainty as regards interpretation," or "unclearness by virtue of having more than one meaning."

    SeeLight:

  • It is "doubtfulness or uncertainty of meaning or intention," or "Doubtfulness or uncertainty as regards interpretation," or "unclearness by virtue of having more than one meaning."

    Ishoo Wun

  • A proof that the openness of web 2.0 is not always well exploited is the unclearness of the posts above.....

    Allan Jenkins' Desirable Roasted Coffee

  • Meanwhile, I ask you to think for a moment about the word ‘ambiguity;’ (noun) an expression whose meaning cannot be determined from its context; unclearness, by virtue of having more than one meaning.

    Put On the Cuffs, I'm Guilty as Charged

  • By 1955 the members of the Council expressed concern over “the vagueness surrounding the whole problem of community mental health, the unclearness surrounding the function and role of the personnel working in this area, and the kinds of preparation these people needed.”

    The Mad Among Us

  • By 1955 the members of the Council expressed concern over “the vagueness surrounding the whole problem of community mental health, the unclearness surrounding the function and role of the personnel working in this area, and the kinds of preparation these people needed.”

    The Mad Among Us

  • "The Court of the Women was more sacred than the Chel; because any, who had contracted such an unclearness that was to be cleansed the same day, might not enter into it."

    From the Talmud and Hebraica

  • From this point onward there is no longer any unclearness as to what God wanted in reference to the two sons.

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

  • In his first period, he manifested in the field of ethics a keen critical power, but also as yet great unclearness as to the positive essence of Christian morality; and he did not keep free from some of the serious errors of the uncurbed spirit of the age.

    Christian Ethics. Volume I.���History of Ethics.

  • Moreover, the EU countries treat this project skeptically from financial point of view: the countries take time to make investments for the reason of unclearness and uncertainty.

    IntelliBriefs

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