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(in Computer Graphics) pictures received in an unclear form and that have jagged edges (in low-resolution computers)jaggies
achromatic color between black and white (also gray), make grey; turn grey (mainly referring to hair), of the color grey; having grey hair; dark or gloomy; dull, uninteresting; indeterminate, unclear (also gray)grey
alter shape, deform; falsify; twist; contort, give an inaccurate report of something, make something unnatural or unclear, reproduce inaccuratelydistort
alteration in optical image, changing from correct shape, deformity, twisting out of shape; falsification, misrepresentation, making something unclear, misleading alteration, misshapen partdistortion
angry, brownish or blackish, closed, lack of light, gloom, darkness; black color, lacking light; deep, not pale; black, murky; vague, foggy, unclear, mellow, miserable, mysterious, nasty, nightfall, not light in color, not light or lit, shaded area, un...dark
be ambiguous, prevaricate, use words with double meanings (especially with intent to deceive), be deliberately unclearequivocate
blurred, unclear, obscure; thick with fog, cloudy, misty, characterized by fog, vague, visually unclearfoggy
choking noise, incoherent speech, make spitting sound, rapid and unclear speech; noise; act of speaking in a rapid and unclear manner; spitting, spattering; splattering noise, say incoherently, speak in a rapid and unclear manner; spit, spatter; make s...splutter
coarsen, become rough; behave violently, difficult to travel over, frequented by unsavory people, harsh, severe; coarse, having a jagged or uneven surface; unrefined, raw, crude; approximate; undefined, unclear, in a rough manner; rudely, vulgarly; wit...rough
confused, covered in mud; turbid, cloudy; filled with mire; hazy, vague, lacking clarity, make dirty with mud, cover in mud; cloud, make impure; confuse the issue, make unclear, make something muddy, make something unclear, marked with mud, resembling mudmuddy
containing milk, lacking courage, milk-colored, milk-like; containing milk; similar to milk; white as milk; cloudy, unclear, opaquemilky
dark, darken, hard to understand, indistinct, known to few people, make unclear, make vague; make indistinct; make cloudy, unimportant or unknown, unstressed, hazy; dark, dim; unknown, concealed, mysterious; not clear; hard to understand; not noticeabl...obscure
darken; make unclear, make indistinct, make less perceptivebedim
deformed, twisted out of its normal shape or appearance; falsified, misrepresented, inaccurately reported, out of shape, unnatural or uncleardistorted
dirtied, soiled; soiled with mud, covered in mud; obscure, unclear; cloudy, turbidmuddied
distinguish, perceive, recognize, discriminate, see or notice something unclear, understanddiscern
distorted vision, unclear vision, lazy eye, visual impairmentamblyopia
expressing oneself poorly, having a shell without a hinge, not effectively expressed, not jointed, not spoken about, not understandable, unable to speak, unclear, indistinct; not understandable, incomprehensible; unable to express oneself in words; spe...inarticulate
failure to communicate something clearly, unclear communicationmiscommunication
faint, vague, unclear; not easily discerned or distinguished by the sensesindistinct
foggily, in a clouded manner, in an unclear mannerfilmily
foggy, misty, cloudy; confused, unclear, vague, imprecise, not knowledgeable, visually obscuredhazy
growing at tip, having no numerical meaning, indefinite, not known exactly, uncertain, unclear, ambiguous; indecisive, undecided, unsettled, unpredictable, vague, with an infinite number of solutionsindeterminate
hard to read, impossible or difficult to read, unclear, undecipherableillegible
hazy, faint, indistinct; ambiguous; uncertain, not clearly perceived in the mind, not distinctly seen, not explicit, unclear in thinking, unverifiedvague
in an unclear manner, vaguely, obscurelyunclearly
indeterminate, not clear, too many to count, unclear, vague, indistinct; having no set limits; undefined; of a word or phrase which not does not specifically define the word to which it refers (Grammar), unlimited, vague and uncertainindefinite
mysterious, puzzling, ambiguous, unclearenigmatic
mysterious, puzzling, ambiguous, unclearenigmatical
not articulated, not coherently stated, unclearunarticulated
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