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Synonyms for indistinctive

without definite or distinctive characteristics

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1370), thus rejecting the role Sarri had implicitly chosen for her, Nini escapes being stuck in a singular, fixed moment and identity, and seems to achieve the paradoxical condition of selfless, "indistinctiveness" mentioned above.
Consequently, all that clones can "share" with one another is matricial sameness, the inbuilt structural indistinctiveness in which they are already sharing.
A smoke that denotes confusion, vagueness, indistinctiveness, and elusiveness, and that reflects the emotional state of the schism's witnesses.
indistinctiveness antidilution protection seeks to forestall any such
Possibly due to this indistinctiveness they didn't expect significant effects.
(32) The indistinctiveness of the universal and the particular which is realized in that way constitutes the representation of the absolute within the finite.
This theoretical indistinctiveness is reflected by the operationalization.
This result puts the specificity of burnout as measured by the BM into question; it is probably a consequence of the theoretical indistinctiveness of the conceptualization in which even psychosomatic complaints belong to the symptoms of burnout.
21-24) indicate the fearsome nature of the noise, the third one suggesting it may have the power to turn tranquillity and harmony (the night-time setting) into a menacing beast: '?Se enfurecen las fauces de la noche?' The obscurity and indistinctiveness of the night have been understood, (11) but now an awareness of menace prevails and 'vaivenes de negruras abalanzan | Su incognita a la tierra'.
as though something substantial and singular were indicated that is possible to define and distinguish," an "essentialist difficulty" inheres in all such "substantives," and that this difficulty will forever bedevil all such gestures at categorizing and closing the "indistinctiveness and ambivalence" which characterize the world.
34 Fromkin, H.L., "Feelings of interpersonal indistinctiveness: an unpleasant affective state", Journal of Experimental Research in Personality, Vol.
The distinction between Ladino and Indian, given such indistinctiveness, made sense only in a local context and was of absolutely no use to the state as a defining tool.