Adjective(1) filled or abounding with fog or mist(2) indistinct or hazy in outline
(1) She had one hazy memory of her father taking her out for ice cream when she was very young.(2) He not only gave this hazy concept a viable definition, but also enlarged the scope.(3) A hazy or cloudy wine can indicate the growth of micro-organisms or bacteria.(4) The sun's UV rays are as damaging to your skin on cloudy and hazy days as they are on sunny days.(5) It was a typical kind of August day, hot and hazy .(6) He lay on his back and stared up at the hazy image of the clouds.(7) As the bus left, she faded into a blurring hazy picture waving from behind the cloud of dust.(8) If an important concept is hazy or difficult, explain it, articulate it, and you will get clarity.(9) By mid-morning the sun burned through a high, hazy veil of cloud.(10) Their memory of it is hazy to say the very least.(11) Outside, large flakes of gleaming white snow were falling fast, quickly covering the city in a hazy white blanket.(12) The whole L.A. Basin was smoggy or hazy today, and my lungs hurt.(13) I have a hazy memory of the movie.(14) The film has a misty, hazy appearance in some of its more striking moments.(15) Monday morning arrived with a cooling breeze, scattering fragile wisps of cloud across a hazy sky.(16) The effects look hazy , foggy and unreal, not sharp and distinct.
1. misty ::
2. vague ::
3. blurry ::
1. clear ::
2. cloudless ::
3. limpid ::
4. pellucid ::
5. unclouded ::
Different Formshazer, hazers, hazily, hazy
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