undistinguishable


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Synonyms for undistinguishable

not capable of being distinguished or differentiated

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"She was neither dark nor fair, short nor tall; amongst a crowd of other women, she seemed undistinguishable by any special gifts; yet when you had realized her there was no other woman in the room.
The mutilated and almost undistinguishable bodies were placed in rows upon the ground, in the midst of the assemblage; and the scene of heart-rending anguish and lamentation that ensued would have confounded those who insist on Indian stoicism.
An epergne or centrepiece of some kind was in the middle of this cloth; it was so heavily overhung with cobwebs that its form was quite undistinguishable; and, as I looked along the yellow expanse out of which I remember its seeming to grow, like a black fungus, I saw speckled-legged spiders with blotchy bodies running home to it, and running out from it, as if some circumstances of the greatest public importance had just transpired in the spider community.
In fact, his key positions were undistinguishable from the left, which used him and did not support his electoral bids.
Giving evidence Mr Whittaker said 19 fibres found on Mrs Dries-Jenkins' cardigan were "microscopically undistinguishable" to those taken from a sample of the green jumper John Mason allegedly wore during the attack.
The sisters, who seem like water and fire on the exterior, are undistinguishable on the inside, where their Grandmothers molded them with strength to overcome even the most devastating of losses, to love as if it is their last day on earth, and the taught them of forgiveness and tolerance.