ablur

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

a- +‎ blur

Adjective[edit]

ablur (not comparable)

  1. Blurry, blurred.
    • 2000, Julia Hanlon, Mine for All Time, Kensington (2000), ISBN 9780821765234, page 271:
      Everything swirled, all ablur from the tears swimming in her eyes.
    • 2007, Robert Draper, Dead Certain: The Presidency of George W. Bush, Free Press (2008), ISBN 9780743277280, page 207:
      From Washington, Miller, Rice, and Hadley watched glumly as George W. Bush's stark line in the sand—We will make no distinction between the terrorists and those that harbor them—went ablur.
    • 2009, Eugene Pacetti & Jessica Robin Cooper, Heart, Laughter, and Sentiment: Poems and Short Stories for Your Every Day, iUniverse (2009), ISBN 9781440138072, page 108:
      I stared at my notes,
      But my thoughts were muddy,
      My eyes went ablur,
      I just couldn't study