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  • adj. superlative form of hazy: most hazy.

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Examples

  • You know, I have only the haziest memories of what I did during my, er, euphoria.

    End of Time

  • He finished the domestic season in poor shape and, to general mystification, gave only the haziest impersonation of himself all the way through the World Cup finals.

    Losing a player as gifted as Wayne Rooney smacks of carelessness

  • I am now on Twitter, despite having only the haziest idea of how it works.

    :Acquired Taste

  • Caroline Sydenstricker had set sail for the Orient as an idealistic young bride with only the haziest notion about what a missionary career might entail.

    PEARL BUCK IN CHINA

  • But you require courage and a campaign of self-promotion to a general public that still has only the haziest idea who the Foreign Secretary is.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Dor was glad King Trent was a good tactician, for he, Dor, had only the haziest notion what was developing.

    Labor Policy

  • It's a safe bet that Obama has never watched American Idol and might have only the haziest idea of what it is.

    Carol Felsenthal: Did Obama Come Prepared with his Simon Cowell Line?

  • They had only the haziest notion that Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama was the frontrunner for the Democratic Party nomination. '

    Obama's Latino Dilemma

  • They had only the haziest notion that Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama was the frontrunner for the Democratic Party nomination.

    Obama's Latino Dilemma

  • The local Arabs, who had only the haziest of notions concerning the strength of the Jews, knew even less about the nature of their own forces. ...

    Sandy Tolan: Sixty Years After the 1948 War

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