Examples of blurry in a Sentence
a blurry image in the foreground of the photograph
Recent Examples of blurry from the Web
Rather than just bust out your junk and snap a blurry photo, take a moment to consider aesthetics.
The harder workplace questions came from people who were concerned about their partners’ close friends at work, or their own blurry office relationships, assuming they were already coupled.
But my recollection of Sammy Shakusky is very blurry and faint and distant.
The most common symptoms of a cataract are: Cloudy or blurry vision.
Composer and producer Chris McIntyre reconstructed the Eastman piece Trumpet by consulting a blurry photo and transcribing a 1971 recording.
The Wii Virtual Console is the only way to download Chrono Trigger, arguably the greatest Japanese RPG of all time, in its original form (let’s just pretend that the blurry new Steam version doesn’t exist).
So far, the architecture and landscape design of the Obama Center has been presented gingerly, in site model and renderings by DBOX that appear purposefully blurry.
Most people report pain, redness, blurry vision, swelling, light sensitivity, twitching eyelids, and (as Busy described in excruciating detail) a gritty sensation in the eyes, according to the Cleveland Clinic.
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First Known Use of blurry
BLURRY Defined for Kids
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