When an image cannot be seen clearly, you can use the word "blur."
- The face of the child in the picture was blurred to protect her identity.
- Memories of days long past seem to blur together.
- A quick movement will blur a photo taken by a camera.
The word "blur" can be a noun.
- Things that happened to me when I was four years old are a blur.
- When we added all the colors together on the palette it created a muddy blur.
- Harold doesn’t remember much of what happened last night. "It’s all a blur," he said.
The word "blurry" is an adjective. The opposite of "blurry" is "sharp."
- Everything looks blurry without my glasses.
- This picture is blurry.
- If you move your arm while taking a picture, it will turn out blurry.
- I had to throw away some photos because they were too blurry.
Some parts of this picture are blurry.
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June 3, 2019