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Definition of Blurringly
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Literary usage of Blurringly
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1. Seven Ages of Childhood by Ella (Lyman) Cabot (1921)
"How blurringly we've used the word "love" in this phrase, "love of sacrifice." We have almost run the words together as carelessly as when we speak of ..."
2. Musk-ox, Bison, Sheep and Goat by Caspar Whitney, George Bird Grinnell, Owen Wister (1904)
"vapor arising apparently from some dark objects blurringly outlined against the snow about four miles away; it was the mist which arises from a herd of ..."
3. The Return of Pierre by Donal Hamilton Haines (1912)
"His thoughts ran blurringly together—Farges, Marie, the bright uniforms of the army. He was close to sleep when a light, flickering and dancing before him, ..."