indiscrete


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indiscrete

not divided into distinct parts: a box of indiscrete personnel files
Not to be confused with:
indiscreet – lacking prudence; revealing secrets: She made an indiscreet remark about their relationship.

in·dis·crete

 (ĭn′dĭ-skrēt′)
adj.
Not divided or divisible into separate parts: layers that were fused into an indiscrete mass.

indiscrete

(ˌɪndɪˈskriːt)
adj
not divisible or divided into parts
ˌindisˈcretely adv
ˌindisˈcreteness n
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Adj.1.indiscrete - not divided or divisible into parts; "layers that were fused into an indiscrete mass"
indivisible - impossible of undergoing division; "an indivisible union of states"; "one nation indivisible"
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