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Adjective: blurred  blurd
  1. Indistinct or hazy in outline
    "a landscape of blurred outlines";
    - bleary, blurry, foggy, fuzzy, hazy, muzzy
  2. Unclear in form or expression
    "the blurred aims of the group";
    - clouded
Verb: blur (blurred,blurring)  blur
  1. Become glassy; lose clear vision
    "Her eyes blurred from lack of sleep";
    - film over, glaze over
  2. To make less distinct or clear
    "The haze blurs the hills"
  3. Make unclear, indistinct, or blurred
    "Her remarks blurred the debate";
    - confuse, obscure, obnubilate
  4. Make a smudge on; soil by smudging
    - smear, smudge, smutch
  5. Make dim or indistinct
    "The fog blurs my vision";
    - blear [archaic]
  6. Become vague or indistinct
    "The distinction between the two theories blurred";
    - dim, slur

See also: indistinct, muddy, unclear

Type of: alter, change, modify, rub, weaken

Antonym: focalise [Brit], focus, sharpen

Encyclopedia: Blurred