Examples of blurry in a Sentence
a blurry image in the foreground of the photograph
Recent Examples of blurry from the Web
The 44-year-old has been living a blurry and cloudy life as her aging eyes have progressively become drier due to an autoimmune condition.
Voyles has brought this city a new glow with his take on the blurry line between art and commerce.
Thau says sun exposure can also cause photokeratitis, an inflammation of the cornea, with temporary symptoms of blurry vision, light sensitivity and a burning or gritty sensation.
The lyrics in this song are hazy and blurry, as if Swift is recalling pieces of a dream -- a romance lost.
This was language as Impressionist paint daub; not a signifier of meaning but a blurry, mood-inducing gesture.
Put a person's head in a big magnetic tube, scientists found, and the distortions created a blurry map of the brain's regional oxygen use.
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First Known Use of blurry
BLURRY Defined for Kids
Definition of blurry for Students
: not in sharp focus The picture is blurry.
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