Indistinct \In`dis*tinct"\,  a. [L. indistinctus: cf. F. indistinct.  
                See {In-} not, and {Distinct}.]
                1. Not distinct or distinguishable; not separate in such
                   a manner as to be perceptible by itself; as, the 
                   indistinct parts of a substance. ``Indistinct as water 
                   is in water.''   --Shak.

    Irony \I"ron*y\, n.[L. ironia, Gr. ? dissimulation, fr. ? a
                dissembler in speech, fr. ? to speak; perh. akin to E. word:
                cf. F. ironie.]
                1. A sort of humor, ridicule, or light sarcasm, which adopts
                a mode of speech the meaning of which is contrary to the
                literal sense of the words.

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