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I am not sure about this particular word, the sentence is the following 'Increase it for more blurry(ier) effect.'

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From Merriam Webster's Dictionary:

blurry adjective

blurrier; blurriest ...

So you sentence would be 'Increase it for a blurrier effect.'

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    Note that this is only the case if you can insert the indefinite article, making the comparative the modifier of effect (i.e., ‘for a different effect which is blurrier than the effect currently applied’). An alternative possibility, which does not require the article, is “increase it for more blurry effect”, taking more as a measurement of the amount of blurry effect to be applied (i.e., ‘for a greater amount/intensity of the same blurry effect which is currently applied’). – Janus Bahs Jacquet Feb 18 '19 at 11:08

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