Examples of blurry in a Sentence
a blurry image in the foreground of the photograph
Recent Examples of blurry from the Web
Until her September cover story with Vanity Fair, Markle hadn't made any statements to the world about Prince Harry, so we were left to decode tabloid rumors, blurry photos, and tweets from British journalists.
For a decade, this worked: aura, pill, sleep, and then a blurry-eyed reentry into my life.
Last night, Miller provided an update on her time behind bars, along with a blurry-glam photo of her in a hunter-green jumpsuit and festive ruby-red star pendant.
In children, this can manifest itself in different ways — headaches, dizziness, vomiting, blurry vision or extreme fatigue.
For Nolan, the toughest part of being at ESPN is figuring out where the sometimes-blurry line between politics and sports exists, and trying not to cross it.
That will be a boon for the county court system, where paper citations have been lost and messy handwriting and blurry carbon copies pose regular challenges.
For Maryland’s sake, and Wiley’s, the Terps hope the blurry vision clears up by the time Maryland takes on Ohio State, the Big Ten’s surprise team, Thursday night Thursday in Columbus.
While the specifics are still a bit blurry, L’Rell somehow implanted Voq's consciousness into Tyler's mind, meaning Voq did give up everything—his very heritage as a Klingon—to achieve his goals.
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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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