unfocused

[uhn-foh-kuhst]
adjective
1.
not brought into focus; lacking proper focus: an unfocused camera.
2.
lacking a clear purpose or direction: an unfocused meeting.
Also, especially British, unfocussed.


Origin:
1885–90; un-1 + focused

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unfocused

adjective
1. (of an image) not being in or brought into focus; "at their edges things were pretty much out of focus" [ant: focused
2. not concentrated at one point or upon one objective; "diversity...in our huge unfocused country"- Owen Wister 
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Example sentences
Leave your main subject unfocused and instead focus on a secondary detail in
  the scene.
Committees can become too large and unfocused, and lose track of their
  operational and fiduciary responsibilities.
The act of hypnotism only serves as a focusing piece for the otherwise
  unfocused.
The movement seems unfocused and without reasonable goals.
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