Definition of indistinctly in US English:

indistinctly

adverb

  • See indistinct

    • ‘‘Neurotic behaviors were conceived as continuous with normal behaviors, the two blurring indistinctly into each other,’ he writes.’
    • ‘Sometimes she speaks indistinctly and we put the words together ourselves; sometimes we can't make out what she's saying or the words don't make sense.’
    • ‘Throughout this piece bear in mind that my interlocutor mumbled indistinctly, and therefore I had to ask him to repeat everything.’
    • ‘‘I will be going now,’ he said, running his fingers through his blonde hair and looking indistinctly towards the west.’
    • ‘I've never had a message from anyone speaking so quickly or indistinctly before.’

Pronunciation

indistinctly

/ˌindəˈstiNGktlē//ˌɪndəˈstɪŋktli/