indiscernible
Adjective

indiscernible

  1. Not capable of being discerned, of being perceived.
    • 1919, Sax Rohmer, Dope, ch. 28:
      The details of the room were indiscernible, lost in yellowish shadow.
  2. Not capable of being distinguished from something else.
Noun

indiscernible (plural indiscernibles)

  1. (chiefly, philosophy) Something which is incapable of being discerned.



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