Definition of Fuzziness

1. Noun. The quality of being indistinct and without sharp outlines.

Exact synonyms: Blurriness, Fogginess, Indistinctness, Softness
Generic synonyms: Opacity, Opaqueness
Specialized synonyms: Dimness, Faintness, Vagueness
Derivative terms: Blurry, Foggy, Foggy, Fuzzy, Indistinct
Antonyms: Distinctness, Sharpness



Definition of Fuzziness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being fuzzy. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Fuzziness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fuzziness

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fuzziness (current term)
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fuzzy logic

Literary usage of Fuzziness

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1. Pictorial Photography in America by Pictorial Photographers of America (1920)
"SOFTNESS DESIRABLE, NOT fuzziness "Is there a tendency, as shown in the work ... fuzziness is bad, but not softness. The soft focus lens seems to be more ..."

2. Camera (1907)
"What we really do want is diffusion of focus of natural vision—not the fuzziness produced by throwing the lens out of focus, since even in the so-called ..."

3. The American Annual of Photography (1909)
"... or else to tolerate a certain fuzziness in part of the picture—a fuzziness which, in good hands, may be pictorially rather a merit than otherwise. ..."

4. The Photographic Times (1908)
"NO fuzziness PERMISSIBLE. After focusing as sharply as possible, ... If there is one class of subject more than another where any fuzziness is to be ..."

5. Dressmaking: A Manual for Schools and Colleges by Jane Fales (1917)
"This fuzziness may be avoided by careful manufacture or it may be concealed by a surface finish which is more or less temporary. ..."

6. Fly-rods and Fly-tackle: Suggestions as to Their Manufacture and Use by Henry Parkhurst Wells (1885)
"This will smooth down all fuzziness and burnish each thread into close contact with its neighbor. If this is carefully done, it is wonderful how well a ..."

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