disclarity

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

dis- +‎ clarity

Noun[edit]

disclarity (uncountable)

  1. The quality of being inconsistent; inconsistency
    • 1962, John Storey, An introductory guide to cultural theory and popular culture:
      [] film (with its postmodern allegory: disclarity between text and subtext) []
    • 2002, Moshe Maor, Developments in Israeli public administration:
  2. The quality of being opaque, vague or unclear
    • 1978, John Eden, The eye book:
    • 2002, Raymod Loewy, Glenn Porter, Never leave well enough alone: