In`dis*tinc"tion (?), n. [Cf. F. indistinction.]

Want of distinction or distinguishableness; confusion; uncertainty; indiscrimination.

The indistinction of many of the same name . . . hath made some doubt. Sir T. Browne.

An indistinction of all persons, or equality of all orders, is far from being agreeable to the will of God. Sprat.


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