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  • adj. comparative form of hazy: more hazy

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Examples

  • Relatively speaking, the same cast of characters appear daily though their back-stories become hazier when hunger sets in.

    HEADLINES

  • Some of last week's hazier ideas may be dropped: and while the prime minister publicly clings to one flagship small-state policy, planned police cutbacks, don't bet against a compromise on that.

    Suddenly the state is back in vogue at Number 10. But for how long? | Will Hutton

  • Maybe you're a little hazier on the Water Commissioners or the County Treasurer, but all in all, you're feeling like a pretty informed voter.

    Judicial Election Guide: Cook County Judges To Retain, And Judges To Send Home

  • Over time, as battles and place names and the stories of heroes have grown hazier in the imagination and even been dropped from the history books, the systematic murder of 10 million people in Europe has come more and more to define World War II in our minds.

    Where we won the War we started by almost losing it

  • I drifted along, making new acquaintances, downing more drinks, getting hazier and hazier.

    Chapter 16

  • I can see the benefit of agents to established authors; I'm hazier on how they help unpublished ones, orwhat they do that the publishing house couldn't do cheaper with their own readers or interns.

    msagara: Answering a question about agents

  • I'm hazier on how they help unpublished ones, orwhat they do that the publishing house couldn't do cheaper with their own readers or interns.

    msagara: Answering a question about agents

  • Another factor is that people without excellent vocabularies tend to be hazier about the meaning of words.

    Common Sense and IQ

  • The conversations got hazier on broad subsidy policy; both men are professed all-of-the-abovers.

    An Energy Drink for the GOP

  • They disappeared off into the horizon in front of him, tier upon tier, each one hazier than the one in front.

    Venom

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