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uniform, identical, unvaried, unvarying, consistent, similar, undistinguishableView synonyms
- ‘The color was undistinguishable, but white was a good guess.’
- ‘Lower-priced cars copied the style of the higher-priced models until the cars on the road became virtually undistinguishable.’
- ‘A silvery-white figure approached her, its edges blurred and its features undistinguishable.’
- ‘This type of reality is in fact undistinguishable from a verbal mythology, of network of signs underpinned by commonly shared ideas about verisimilitude.’
- ‘He was still sleeping and appeared to be having a dream, for he was tossing and turning, and muttering something undistinguishable.’
- ‘After a long period of naval gazing, Labor appeared to have realised the failure came from being undistinguishable from the Libs.’
- ‘Both protocols gave undistinguishable results.’
- ‘‘Nice to meet you, too,’ Professor Abdullah replied in an undistinguishable accent.’
- ‘His accent was not French, but an undistinguishable Mediterranean mix.’
- ‘Days and weeks are undistinguishable and unmeaningful.’
- ‘His temper was obviously getting the best of him, so he muttered a few undistinguishable words and scribbled down something.’
- ‘The bathroom was blurry and nearly undistinguishable through the door.’
- ‘‘Not doubted,’ twenty undistinguishable voices said quickly, and I laughed harder.’
- ‘What happens off the screen will be as important as what occurs on it, and even undistinguishable.’
- ‘I heard him opening the door and talking in an undistinguishable voice.’
- ‘They murmured responses that were undistinguishable.’
- ‘Screams, yells, cries and other undistinguishable noises mingled together to form a sound that could only possibly come from the sufferings in hell.’
- ‘I watched as undistinguishable emotions flittered through his eyes.’
- ‘There was a black undistinguishable truck, into which they loaded all the goods.’
- ‘Yet at the end of the movie, they appear together, identically dressed and undistinguishable.’
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