from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a hazy manner; mistily; obscurely; confusedly.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adverb In a
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adverb through a haze
- adverb in an indistinct way
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Before that, at my home and at my uncle's home, there had been well-prepared meals, and I recalled hazily that I had enjoyed them, and had even looked forward to some favorite dishes.
My vexation was completed by the thought that the diary contained many episodes and incidents which I can now only recall hazily, but I thanked my lucky stars that I had taken the precaution to keep a précis of the contents which I myself brought away with me, and which has proved of valuable assistance in setting forth this narrative.
Betty Medill's name hazily and sorrowfully occurred to him.
He named over to himself those friends on whom he might call, and then his mind paused as Betty Medill's name hazily and sorrowfully occurred to him.
I recalled hazily those stories of Spanish mismanagement and cruelty which had directly led to United States interferences in the islands.
Medill's name hazily and sorrowfully occurred to him.
For a minute or two Alphonse turned the idea hazily over in his apology for a mind; then, with a hasty exclamation, he ran to the side, and saw dimly the taut anchor chain.
His eyes did not seem to want to open, but he persisted in trying until he could see " hazily " that he was lying on a pallet looking up at the canvas of one of the supply wagons.
He named over to himself those friends on whom he might call, and then his mind paused as Betty Medill’s name hazily and sorrowfully occurred to him.
As always, their reflected light reached the surface of Ab-Tzenketh hazily, partially obscured by the virtual shell of artificial satellites ensphering the planet.