Undistinguishable in a sentence as an adjective

Had a full work up. Lungs are "undistinguishable from a non smoker" in terms of capacity.

They could put an add down the side, sure, but not in the middle of where I am reading, and not completely undistinguishable from my contacts' posts.

A barrel of oil from Exxon is undistinguishable from any other barrel of oil traded at the exchanges.

The lids and the bands were heavily corroded, but the jars were fine and once washed, undistinguishable from the modern ones, save for the minor details in design.

In some languages those two concepts are undistinguishable because names always refer to locations in memory.

I didn't buy a single computer currently at home new - a few year old hardware is almost new and undistinguishable in performance.

Yes, it's phairly phonetic, but there are a few different 'h', 'ch', and 'k' sounds that were initially completely undistinguishable to my ears.

It was pretty much undistinguishable from running it locally -- virtually no latencies.

Allende was a demagogue on the KGB's payroll with drinking issues, his administration was undistinguishable from anarchy.

Because we observe these huge stars only because they are so highly active, the act of converting it to much less luminous system might be undistinguishable from the star disappearing.

Any advancely funded enough technology could be undistinguishable from magic, specially when you don't know how many layers of the ecosystem got compromised in a way or another.

Undistinguishable definitions


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: indistinguishable