Not divided or divisible into separate parts: layers that were fused into an indiscrete mass. (adjective)
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Use "indiscrete" in a sentence
"She and her insiders used their Blackberries like a bunch of Ninth Grade girls and said some "indiscrete" things."
"I, therefore, forgive him his indiscrete whinings and offer him a chance to achieve true brotherhood in Dawg´s fraternity of wordsmiths."
"Another similar and even more indiscrete addition, is being proposed at a different St. Mary's Cathedral, in Perth, where a whole new chancel is being contemplated."