It is clear that they see countries as indistinct numbers, open to endless evaluation.
But the images were too dim and indistinct to make out a face or a license plate number.
The music was indistinct at first, a faraway muffled sound with a repetitive bass line.
The figure of the girl in the prow of the hindmost boat was blurred and indistinct.
Vague, indistinct to ourselves, unbounded by hope or remembrance.
Except for a few detached details the surroundings of that journey remained vague, clouded, indistinct.
It left in the paper an indistinct impression resembling a fabric.
In his first forensic arguments his rapid utterance was as indistinct as if he had mush in his mouth, old men have told me.
First, it was only an indistinct murmur, then came words and fragments of phrases.
In making her farewell speech, she muttered some indistinct apology for the visit which she had been bold enough to make.