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Synonyms for blur

become indistinct

Synonyms

  • become indistinct
  • soften
  • become vague
  • become hazy
  • become fuzzy

obscure

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Synonyms for blur

Synonyms for blur

a hazy or indistinct representation

become glassy

to make less distinct or clear

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make unclear, indistinct, or blurred

make a smudge on

make dim or indistinct

become vague or indistinct

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A key element of this application is the full control the user has over the whole process: blurring, edge padding and deconvolution.
To know where the future of trademark dilution by blurring law must go, it is essential to understand what it is, and where it came from.
Our objective was to create a digital signature method capable to withstand some standard image processing modifications (like blurring and sharpening) and at the same time remain sensitive to malicious image attacks with pixel-wise tamper localization.
While the direct involvement of managed care in assisted living is still in the future, the demands of managed care have contributed to the blurring of long-term care as a whole.
The most obvious, immediate consequence of the open primary, is the calculated blurring of party and ideological destinations, as many candidates work hard to de-emphasize their party affiliation and soften their stance on any issue deemed even remotely controversial, in a relentless effort to pander to potential crossover voters.
That helped to relieve the pain of moving my eyes," she said, "and subsequent treatment with intravenous steroids improved the blurring, blind spots, and my vision in general.
With our Anti-Shaking, De-Noise, and Face Tracking technologies now embedded into their devices, people can remove undesirable blurring and further enhance pictures right from the image source.
Lens Blur provides the ability to focus on the subject while blurring the background to get the SLR-like effect (a.
While Moriyama tries to arrest the invisible by means of radical blurring, Suzuki does so by insisting on the materiality of a photographic vision.
The method measures the amount by which starlight is blurred by Earth's turbulent atmosphere and removes that blurring by commanding a bendable telescope mirror to rapidly change its shape.
All four of this month's examples depend on freezing or blurring moments in time to express ideas about various forms of energy.
Alternative has become the mainstream, and with it has come the blurring of formats and the demise of top 40 radio," Pollack said in an interview Monday.
The huge air, blurring speed and insane tricks that SSX is known for return and the fun-factor is amplified by the unique capability of the Nintendo Wii controller.
When asked to explain the meaning behind the lyrics, he said, "For me, it was about blurring the lines between men and women, and how much we're the same.
Between Josiah McElheny's "Landscape Models for Total Reflective Abstraction," 2003-, and Franck Scurti's series "Les Reflets" (Reflections), 2002-2004; that is, between precious objects made of reflective glass and tending toward total abstraction on the one hand, and neons that reproduce distorted and inverted reflections of common commercial signage on the other--between the disappearance and the concerted blurring of signifiers--the various works on view interrogate the supposed transparency of images and reintroduce their share of shadow.