unfocused

[ US /ənˈfoʊkəst/ ]
[ UK /ʌnfˈə‍ʊkəsd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not concentrated at one point or upon one objective
    diversity...in our huge unfocused country
  2. (of an image) not being in or brought into focus
    at their edges things were pretty much unfocused
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How To Use unfocused In A Sentence

  • The research is too unfocused to have any significant impact.
  • Her gaze, unfocused, fell on the swath of ivory silk adorning the richly hued carpet. DEVIL'S BRIDE
  • The reeds and trumpets sounded a little muddy and unfocused on the opener, Bake. Times, Sunday Times
  • I swung from blind happiness to almost incandescent, unfocused rage within a second, almost before I had a chance to think about it.
  • The research is too unfocused to have any significant impact.
  • Her black eyes were unfocused, her other hand absent-mindedly fondling the pocketed switchblade.
  • The view is initially clouded and unfocused by an eddy of mixing cold water and I have to circle to find a clearer view of them.
  • His eyes were unfocused, looking off into the distance.
  • Slowly, her gaze traced up to his eyes; his eyelids fluttered open, and for a second, his gaze was unfocused, searching blindly upon the stark hospital ceiling.
  • It premiered in 1993 and while it showcases Ball's trademark ability with dialogue, the play's plot is somewhat unfocused.
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