Indeterminate [adjective]

Definition of Indeterminate:

uncertain, vague

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Sentence/Example of Indeterminate:

I had wondered at that indeterminate quotient in my sums, where the same figure came, always the same, running on and on.

Full of whims and fancies, unstable, indeterminate, he was swayed by every passing emotion and influence.

Like the Board of Guardians, it is a most useful body; but its influence upon village life is indirect and indeterminate.

She found the word indicating to whom degrees should be granted indeterminate, with no character of sex attached to it.

Matter in a more general sense is the indeterminate, the indefinite and the potential.

The hard-wood floor was covered by a velvet rug in three shades of blue, and the couch covers were also in indeterminate blues.

Her burrows are usually lined with Phynotomi and Sitones both an indeterminate grey, and Otiorhynchi, black or tan-coloured.

Nevertheless, they both breathed more freely when they saw him again, an indeterminate shape against the luminous gloom.

At the summit was another monster with the body of an indeterminate beast, wings on shoulders and a crown on head.

Intelligence is the regulating principle — Pleasure is the Indeterminate, requiring to be regulated.