1. Indistinct or hazy in outline; SYN. blurred, blurry, foggy, fuzzy, hazy, muzzy.
2. Tired to the point of exhaustion; SYN. blear, bleary-eyed, blear-eyed.
1. Lacking clarity or distinctness; SYN. faint, shadowy, vague, wispy.
2. Lacking in light; not bright or harsh; SYN. subdued.
Depressing in character or appearance; SYN. dismal, drab, drear, dreary, gloomy, sorry.
1. Not having a sharp edge or point.
2. Blunted in responsiveness or sensibility.
3. Lacking in liveliness or animation.
4. Not clear and resonant; sounding as if striking with or against something relatively soft; SYN. thudding, thumping.
5. (Of business) Not active or brisk; SYN. slow, sluggish.
6. Not keenly felt.
7. (Of color) Very low in saturation; highly diluted.
8. Being or made softer or less loud or clear; SYN. muffled, muted, softened.
9. Darkened with overcast; SYN. gray, grey, leaden.
10. Emitting or reflecting very little light.
Covered with filth; filthy; containing or covered with filth; fecal; turbid.
1. Composed of film or films.
2. Covered with a film.
1. Consisting of, or containing, milk.
2. Like, or somewhat like, milk; whitish and turbid
1. Covered with mud.
2. Thick or tainted with mud
3. Confused, as if clouded by mud; unclear or incoherent.
1. Not drawing attention; SYN. unnoticeable.
2. Not famous or acclaimed; SYN. unknown, unsung.
ETYM French, from Latin opacus. Related to Opacous.
1. Not clear; not transmitting or reflecting light or radiant energy.
2. Not clearly understood or expressed; SYN. unintelligible.
3. Not transparent; dark; stupid.
1. (Of light) Lacking in intensity or brightness; dim or feeble; SYN. pallid, wan.
2. Abnormally deficient in color as suggesting physical or emotional distress; SYN. pallid, wan.
3. Lacking in vitality or interest or effectiveness; SYN. pallid.
4. Not full or rich.
5. Very light colored; highly diluted with white.
Lacking in substance SYN. wraithlike.
ETYM Latin turbidus, from turba tumult, disturbance, akin to turbare to disturb. Related to Trouble, Disturb, Perturb.
1. Having the lees or sediment disturbed; roiled; muddy; thick; not clear; said of liquids of any kind.
2. Disturbed; confused; disordered.
3. Muddy; not clear.