Some gospel music, like Blind Willie Johnson's, chronicles an indeterminate journey to an unknown destination.
Before that its landscape had been indeterminate—there were even strips where the Kat goes to sea.
Counting down the moments they have left with Abdullah, always an indeterminate amount.
On a charge of shoplifting she was given an indeterminate sentence of one to ten years in the penitentiary at Joliet.
After an indeterminate interval, he was awakened by someone entering the room.
In the attic room Frederick immediately decided to build his nest for an indeterminate length of time.
Something dark and indeterminate swept by on the swift current.
The station, like the scenery, like Helen's letters, struck an indeterminate note.
To this I should answer that the number is indeterminate, and I will explain why.
Below these again is rather an indeterminate group from whom water is taken by some of the higher castes, not by others.