Out of focus; partially obscured; smudged.(adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of blur.(verb)
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Use "blurred" in a sentence
"The most expensive wine will be a bottle of Corton, a red Burgundy vintage 1895, its label blurred with mold and its price estimated at €1,000 to €1,200."
"Personally, I have seen some suspicious tracks, but they were rain blurred, and have heard some screeches (not owls) that I couldn't put a name to, but have no real reason to believe that there are any in my neck of the woods."
"Some stand-out pieces included a series of ethereal images suggestive of angels and Hindu Goddesses where women were draped in blurred twinkling lights posed against black backgrounds."