blurrily

blurrily

(ˈblɜːrɪlɪ)
adv
in a blurry manner
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These latter images, taken with a pinhole camera over six-minute-long exposures, loom blurrily out of the cloth like monstrous versions of the Turin shroud.
There are blurrily evil eye exams for us to fail in the still frames of horror movies.
Late in Thinking Small, Immerwahr comments, "Community developers foundered when, their hearts overruling their heads, they squinted hard until the communities they wished to see blurrily appeared" (p.
The perfect love she yearns for so blurrily need not even be amatory in any sense.
For Kirsch, this recurrence supports his contention that Auden's return to the Church in 1940 should not be cast as a definitive break along the lines of his emigration to the United States, but rather as a gradual process by which concerns only blurrily implicit within his life and work come more sharply into focus.
The only thorn in their side is the mysterious vampire hunter 830314 who dogs their footsteps with his public accusations, including blurrily interrupting the grand opening of the 44th World Economic Forum, leading to the priceless line that he "s*** on Bono's big moment".
Miscellaneous reports from transnational media (mainly The New York Times and WSJ) and overseas Chinese websites, and their textual discontinuities with Wang and Bo's invisibility in party organs, prompted Weibo users, as thrilled bricoleurs, to adapt, insinuate, incorporate, blurrily mix, and gradually to piece together a panorama of a palace coup in contemporary China.
This idea itself is wholly American--we continually analyze the past to derive lessons, while at the same time, yearning to see into the future for glimpses of what is blurrily developing on the next horizon.
Instead the doors have names scrawled on them in chalk, with here and there the evidence of previous occupants still blurrily visible beneath the freshest scribble.
the needle is surging: 240, 250, 260 and rising, as swathes of track fly blurrily past.
This proxy-approach is mandatory under schemes with blurrily defined objectives -such as in the case of the broad concept of "biodiversity"-, while meaningful numerical target -as the increase of the population of certain species- or qualitative target -satisfaction of ecotourists- is sometimes possible to state.
Kreigel blurrily glanced up from his computer screen.