indistinctly


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in a dim indistinct manner

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"I want my happiness!" at last he murmured hoarsely and indistinctly, hardly Shaping out the words.
"Don't be afraid," he muttered, indistinctly, "though I have taken your cross, I shall not murder you for your watch." So saying, he laughed suddenly, and strangely.
The clerk who ushered her in pronounced her name indistinctly, and the elderly man who rose from his chair at her entrance looked at her inquiringly.
It was still light enough to see, although indistinctly, through the gray haze of the evening, the vast expanse of the horizon.
For dream he did, vaguely and indistinctly, eyes wide open and awake, the lady-god's hair in a faint-scented cloud about him, her voice mourning with his, his consciousness drowning in the dreams of otherwhereness that came to him of the singing and that was the singing.
What followed, I remember indistinctly; all was confused and inconsistent--made so, I think, by gleams of consciousness.
But he rolled over on one side, let his arm fall negligently down, drew a long sigh, and murmuring indistinctly, fell fast asleep again.
But, he had not gone the length of three streets, when he saw another of the shawled figures in advance of him, at which he looked so keenly that perhaps its mere shadow indistinctly reflected on the wet pavement - if he could have seen it without the figure itself moving along from lamp to lamp, brightening and fading as it went - would have been enough to tell him who was there.
From many dreams of rambling through light and sunny places, but with some vague object unattained which ran indistinctly through them all, she awoke to find that it was yet night, and that the stars were shining brightly in the sky.
At present we see indistinctly, as in a mirror, but then face to face.
Paul in his letter to the Corinthians today, that we can only "see indistinctly, as in a mirror.
The protesters came within a few metres of the cortege, screaming indistinctly not long after French media reported that about 2,000 police officers had been deployed to ensure security at the Champs Elysee celebrations, Sputnik reported.
The situation intensified when Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) MPA Sadia Javed indistinctly lashed out at Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's Dr Imran Shah.