No big deal if there does not exist such a word, but I was wondering.
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closed as not a real question by RegDwigнt♦ Dec 8 '12 at 16:12
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In mathematics, the circumlocution not well defined is the most common appellation for something that is incompletely defined (1, 2). Occasionally ambiguous (“Open to multiple interpretations” or “Vague and unclear”) and ill-defined are used as synonyms of not well defined. Of ill-defined, mathworld says: “The term "ill-defined" is also used informally to mean ambiguous.”