Definitions for blurredness
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
blurblɜr(v.; n.)blurred, blur•ring
(v.t.)to obscure or make indistinct, as by smearing or staining:
The fog blurred the outline of the car.
to obscure or sully by smearing or applying a smeary substance.
to dull the perception or susceptibility of:
vision blurred by tears.
(v.i.)to become indistinct.
to make blurs.
(n.)a smudge or smear that obscures:
a blur of smoke.
a blurred condition; indistinctness.
something seen or remembered indistinctly.
Origin of blur:
1540–50; akin to blear
The property of being blurred.