Indistinguishable in a sentence as an adjective

It's clearly not indistinguishable from optical shallow depth of field, but it's not so bad that it's glaring.

That is, he shows how the threat represented by the court system is indistinguishable from that of various other bad actors.

Briefly ...To a large extent the primes appear to be distributed in a manner indistinguishable from randomly.

To let the users know that they could speak, we'd blip one or two of those dots up - hardly anything at all, and indistinguishable from noise, but it let users know stuff was happening.

A black person that truly deserved to get into Harvard is indistinguishable from one that got there only after the bump from affirmative action.

Ah, the lesser seen cousin of Poe's Law: any sufficiently confused exchange on the Internet is indistinguishable from an Abbot and Costello routine.

Because just being her roommate, under the previous legislation, would have classified as 'living off the avails' and would have made me legally indistinguishable from her ****.

The problem continues recursively until your monitoring is doing comprehensive semantics checking of your entire range of services and data, at which point it's indistinguishable from automated QA.

The amplifiers spoken of are unlikely to be used to boost the signal that continues on the original fiber back to the people being spied upon, simply because a good method of tapping in should be indistinguishable from fiber loss, plus components like amplifiers spliced into the line are detectable!

"the crimes the defendants and their co-conspirators committed were virtually indistinguishable from the kind of thuggery practiced for decades by the Mafia, which has long made manipulation of public bids for things like garbage collection and construction contracts a cornerstone of its business.

I think the number of applications which had buffer overflows at least at some point is statistically indistinguishable from 100%.Try this hotel analogy: you go to a hotel in which you once stayed, and tell them that you're going to dump every bit of possessions and furnishings in all the rooms outside on the street, rifle through them, set them on fire, then photograph all their guests in the nude and distribute the pictures.

Indistinguishable definitions


exactly alike; incapable of being perceived as different; "rows of identical houses"; "cars identical except for their license plates"; "they wore indistinguishable hats"

See also: identical


not capable of being distinguished or differentiated; "the two specimens are actually different from each other but the differences are almost indistinguishable"; "the twins were indistinguishable"; "a colorless person quite indistinguishable from the colorless mass of humanity"

See also: undistinguishable