vagueness

Synonyms and related words:
airiness, airy texture, amorphia, amorphism, amorphousness, anarchy, attenuation, bleariness, blobbiness, blur, blurriness, bodilessness, broadness, chaos, confusion, dark, darkness, defocus, delicacy, diaphanousness, dilutedness, dilution, dimness, disorder, entropy, ethereality, exiguity, exility, faintness, feebleness, filminess, fineness, flimsiness, fog, fogginess, formlessness, frailty, fuzziness, gauziness, generality, gossameriness, gracility, half-visibility, haziness, ill-definedness, immateriality, impalpability, imponderability, imprecision, inaccuracy, inchoateness, incoherence, incorporeality, indecisiveness, indefinableness, indefiniteness, indeterminateness, indistinctness, indistinguishability, inexactness, insubstantiality, intangibility, laciness, laxity, lightness, looseness, low profile, messiness, mist, mistiness, mumbo jumbo, murk, murkiness, mystification, obfuscation, obscurantism, obscuration, obscurity, opacity, orderlessness, paleness, paperiness, perplexity, rarity, semivisibility, shadowiness, shapelessness, slenderness, slightness, slimness, soft focus, subtility, subtlety, sweepingness, tenuity, tenuousness, thinness, uncertainty, unclarity, unclearness, unconcreteness, unplainness, unreality, unsolidity, unsubstantiality, unsubstantialness, vague appearance, wateriness, weakness, wispiness

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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