1. poorly stated or described
    he confuses the reader with ill-defined terms and concepts
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How To Use ill-defined In A Sentence

  • Until now, the multiverse was a hazy, ill-defined concept-little more than a philosophical trick.
  • Official favour is still needed in a country with a shaky legal system, ill-defined property rights and political protection that can be abruptly removed.
  • He stood on the section of the deck behind the gangway, in that ill-defined area that was called the quarterdeck, along with the others going on shore leave, sunlight and shadows from the masts and rigging falling across them. Wellspring of Chaos
  • They show how each uses ill-defined global concepts (such as "mean temperature"), confuse infrared radiation with heat (they're different), incorrectly describe the physics inside a glass greenhouse, and use other terms unsupported by the laws of physics. Latest Articles
  • This ill-defined and much-abused concept is at base a simple one.
  • He'd been abrupt, distinctly arrogant ---quite impossible in some ill-defined way. DEVIL'S BRIDE
  • No, he favors a vague and ill-defined form of collective ownership that the workers will figure out as they bumble and stumble along towards bankruptcy.
  • We also believe absolutely that there is no place in this day and age for an ill-defined concept of spirituality.
  • But he said the edge of the carriageway was ‘ill-defined’, with pine needles and other debris deposited there.
  • This isn't a struggle against some distant, ill-defined enemy.
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