Examples of blurry in a Sentence
a blurry image in the foreground of the photograph
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Tate’s blurry quickness and scrambling served as a reminder that pass rushers need to stay disciplined.
Not I’ve-just-watched-the-sunrise-out-the-library’s-window late, but the deep, blurry, middle-of-the-night kind of late.
Woods also tore his left anterior cruciate ligament, suffers from blurry vision and believes his injuries will require more surgery.
The drug, Ocrevus, also was approved for the more common relapsing form of MS, in which symptoms, such as pain, tremors, slurred speech and blurry vision, come and go over months and years.
Just as people continue to report sightings of the legendary Bigfoot of American myth and the Loch Ness monster in Scotland, many Australians still claim to have seen the tiger in the wild, sometimes presenting blurry images as evidence.
Despite the somewhat blurry pictures, the stunning ring still sparkled from a distance on the actress's hand.
There is no escape from an endless loop of blurry video of panicking concertgoers.
Meanwhile, here's a closer (if somewhat blurry) look at her ring....
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First Known Use of blurry
Synonymsblear, bleary, faint, dim, foggy, fuzzy, gauzy, hazy, indefinite, indistinct, indistinguishable, misty, murky, nebulous, obscure, opaque, pale, shadowy, unclear, undefined, undetermined, vague
Antonymsclear, definite, pellucid
Related Wordsdark, dusky, gloomy; impalpable, inappreciable, intangible, invisible; hieroglyphic (also hieroglyphical), incomprehensible, indecipherable, indiscernible, inexplicable, mysterious, obfuscatory, puzzling
Near Antonymsbright, distinct, evident, obvious, plain; certain, firm, strong, sure
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