indefiniteness

  • 1Indefiniteness — In*def i*nite*ness, n. The quality of being indefinite. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2indefiniteness — index ambiguity, confusion (ambiguity), doubt (indecision), indistinctness, perpetuity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. W …

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  • 3indefiniteness — neapibrėžtis statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. indefiniteness; indeterminacy; uncertainty vok. Unbestimmtheit, f rus. неопределенность, f pranc. incertitude, f …

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  • 4indefiniteness — indefinite ► ADJECTIVE 1) not clearly expressed or defined; vague. 2) lasting for an unknown or unstated length of time. 3) Grammar (of a word, inflection, or phrase) not determining the person or thing referred to. DERIVATIVES indefinitely… …

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  • 5indefiniteness — noun see indefinite …

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  • 6indefiniteness — See indefinitely. * * * …

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  • 7indefiniteness — noun The characteristic of being indefinite …

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  • 8indefiniteness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun The quality or state of being ambiguous: ambiguity, ambiguousness, cloudiness, equivo calness, nebulousness, obscureness, obscurity, uncertainty, unclearness, vagueness. See CLEAR …

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  • 9indefiniteness — in def·i·nite·ness || ɪn defɪnɪtnɪs n. absence of precise definition; vagueness, indistinctness; lack of limits infiniteness; uncertainty …

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  • 10indefiniteness — in·def·i·nite·ness …

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  • 11indefiniteness — See: indefinite …

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  • 12indefiniteness — The quality of not being sufficiently specific …

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  • 13indefiniteness — noun the quality of being vague and poorly defined • Syn: ↑indeterminateness, ↑indefinity, ↑indetermination, ↑indeterminacy • Derivationally related forms: ↑indefinite (for: ↑indefinity) …

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  • 14indefiniteness of pleading — Want of certainty of allegation, a defect constituting a ground of attack upon the pleading by motion or demurrer in accordance with the practice of the jurisdiction. 41 Am J1st Pl §§ 30 et seq …

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  • 15random error — indefiniteness or error in a measurement process that varies unsystematically or unpredictably from measurement to measurement; its magnitude may be quantifiable by statistical methods …

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  • 16Anaximander — otheruses4|the Pre Socratic philosopherInfobox Philosopher region = Western Philosophy era = Pre Socratic philosophy color = #B0C4DE image caption = Detail of Raphael s painting The School of Athens , 1510–1511. This could be a representation of… …

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  • 17Article (grammar) — For articles in English, see English articles. Definite article redirects here. For the Eddie Izzard comedy DVD, see Definite Article. An article (abbreviated art) is a word that combines with a noun to indicate the type of reference being made… …

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  • 18Varieties of Arabic — For the historical family of dialects, see Arabic languages. Different dialects of Arabic in the Arab world The Arabic language is a Semitic language characterized by a wide number of linguistic varieties within its five regional forms. The… …

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  • 19invisibility — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Lack of visibility Nouns invisibility; nonappearance, imperceptibility, indistinctness; mystery, delitescence (see concealment). See latency, transparency. Verbs lurk, escape notice, blush unseen;… …

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  • 20obscurity — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Shade Nouns 1. obscurity, dimness, darkness, obscuration, obfuscation, opacity; whiteout; shade, cloud, gloom, duskiness, etc. See concealment, invisibility, cloudiness. 2. unclearness, indefiniteness,… …

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