from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See haze.


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  • Sun, shadow, and upflung dust-haze obscured it; occasionally a piece of metal flashed.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • One may imagine, not profanely, their petitions rising on either side of the heedless, multitudinous, idolatrous city, and meeting at some point in the purer air above the yellow dust-haze.

    The Path of a Star

  • Through the settling dust-haze she had seen the cause of his perturbation -- a single horseman less than a mile away galloping straight toward them -- and felt that her enemy was cornered.

    Shoe-Bar Stratton

  • Lalun looked out of the window and smiled into the dust-haze.

    Soldiers Three


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