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Definition of "indefiniteness" [in•def•i•nite•ness]

  • The characteristic of being indefinite. (noun)

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Use "indefiniteness" in a sentence
  • "The only reply that it is possible is that the indefiniteness is the result of design."
  • "It is extremely difficult to distinguish in observation between vagueness of the illusion due to feebleness in the after-image depending on faint illumination, dark-colored discs or lack of the desirable difference in luminosity between the sectors (cf.p. 171) and the indefiniteness which is due to broad transition-bands existing between the (relatively) pure-color bands."
  • "They illustrate that indefiniteness which is characteristic of Greek mythology, a theology with no central authority, no link on historic time, liable from the first to an unobserved transformation."