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