Definition of indistinctive in English:

indistinctive

Line breaks: in|dis¦tinct¦ive
Pronunciation: /ɪndɪˈstɪŋktɪv
 
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adjective

Not having a distinctive character or features.
More example sentences
  • If the first film had anything going for it, it was the lead actress, whose roles prior had been indistinctive and forgettable.
  • Jake on the other hand, sat at the very front, a couple of his own cronies on either side of him, all three of them talking in indistinctive low whispers.
  • He smiled again as he saw me, mumbling something indistinctive.

Derivatives

indistinctively

adverb
More example sentences
  • Not all modifiers can be used in both types of phrases indistinctively.
  • So that, from here onwards and throughout this report they will be mentioned indistinctively as endovascular ‘expanders’ or, simply, ‘stents’.
  • The solo part blends indistinctively into the whole and adds little special character.

indistinctiveness

noun
More example sentences
  • It’s indistinctiveness in the water may be part of the reason it's so effective.
  • It was one of the things that made it so distinctive in a land plagued by indistinctiveness.
  • Results varied relative to the indistinctiveness of design or lack of detail, obviously, the method was not applied on fragile fragments.

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