The unmerited are to be attributed to the indistinctness of my rapid penmanship.
Our perceptions have the brightness and indistinctness of a trance.
Yet greater is the indistinctness when they are all jostled together in a little soul, which has no room.
The indistinctness is the one interesting feature of the sketch.
Here and there it has some of the indistinctness of hoar antiquity: its fadings away are beautifully characteristic.
Behind the vicarage the purple-rimmed hills just fading into indistinctness.
There was an indistinctness about the last word; it might have been "your," or "yours."
The indistinctness of her vision was not due to any defect in her sight.
Exception might be taken to the name bestowed upon this whale, on the ground of its indistinctness.
You will kindly make allowance therefore for any indistinctness of writing, by attributing it to this venial error.