Definitions for blurring

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Webster Dictionary

  1. Blurring

    of Blur

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Shaun Austin:

    Blurring the line between advertising and editorial could harm the credibility of news brands, with little lasting impact on advertisers.

  2. Sameer Singh:

    The lines between 'high-end' and 'low-end' devices is blurring, which leaves price as the sole differentiator for most mass market buyers.

  3. Adam Scott:

    The dad's role is really blurring with the mom's role, you see hipster dads and it's almost like it's a masculine thing to do to take on what used to be thought of as motherly duties.

  4. Trevor Hollingsbee:

    The advance of technology means the lines are blurring between civilian and military satellites, in some cases, the imagery from a modern civilian satellite is good enough for military use.

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