Indefinite [adjective]

Definition of Indefinite:

ambiguous, vague

Opposite/Antonyms of Indefinite:

Sentence/Example of Indefinite:

First off, the EU’s borders are indefinite—indeed, are subject to revision as states enter or go.

The attack, at Honolua Bay on the island of Maui, caused the indefinite postponement of a World Surf League event that was being staged there.

For many of them, something more long-term is essential to seeing their businesses through the indefinite period of time the pandemic will affect them.

The continued and indefinite loss of foreign tourists because of coronavirus travel restrictions has dented Vietnam’s economic recovery.

At the confirmation hearing, all three expressed serious reservations about that change, which is on indefinite hold, although they did not explicitly rule it out.

If the context makes an otherwise indefinite thing definite, it is sufficient.

In many cases an agency is created for an indefinite period, and in these either party can terminate it whenever he desires.

They could always make room for her, difficult as it may appear; she held for them an indefinite store of fascination.

Youth recognized youth, and that indefinite longing which is a part of youth seemed to enfold them for an instant.

It was far less a question of reforming a Church than of winning indefinite liberty for man—which is the death of power.