- vague + -ery, perhaps influenced by vagary. Attested since at least the 1800s. (Wiktionary)
“Yeah, I did express regret that CoD4 didn't deal with its setting in less vaguery.”
“For a lot of us, throwing a baseball, reading a book or "enriching our lives" nice vaguery btw is just as pointless as playing Donkey Kong.”
“But yeah, the vaguery… pains of intellectual honesty?”
“It's not a vaguery saying we will roam the world to rid the world of evil, like -- you know, like, you know, Captain Marvel did in our last president.”
““Oh, what do I know,” said Emery, falling back onto more familiar tactics of vaguery.”
“Every second religious person believes something different, we atheists surely cannot be expected to keep up with every individual's personal vaguery.”
“That kind of more harm than good vaguery reminds me of the “oh, the colored people like being separated from the whites” arguments.”
“GRACE: Well, there ` s a reason for that vaguery, David Caplan.”
“The "deteriorating into civil war" line is rhetorical vaguery, BTW.”
“Olivia Connor had chosen long ago to veil her intelligence behind insipid vaguery, but at times he still caught a glimpse of the Fleet Street shopgirl who had memorized Debrett's Peerage to land not one of the many impoverished dukes haunting London, but the only peer of the realm with a thriving shipping empire.”
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