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- n. The characteristic of being hazy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being hazy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being hazy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. cloudiness resulting from haze or mist or vapor
- n. vagueness attributable to being not clearly defined
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What worked best was the vocal harmonizing between Mr. Greenberg and Ms. Meath; her clarity against his haziness was a good thing, especially over the dream-state pulse of a ballad like
At times recalling the haziness of the Sea & Cake and the hypnotic, headphone-worthy instrumentalism of Tristeza years ago, the Appleseed Cast may not be entirely original, but it does sound undeniably fresh.
That's a model other opposition parties, often guilty of policy haziness, need to follow.
This combination of religious denominations does not demonstrate confusion or haziness, but rather the realization that there is "meaning" to be made from the various pathways to Torah.
In practical terms it can eliminate reflections off a surface like water and take away haziness.
Many patients on 7 East suffer from little more than the general haziness that comes from having been too close to an explosion.
There's a faint haziness in Ms. Fisher's photographic style that gives her tableaux a sugared quality; you feel vaguely that you ought to be able to pluck the objects off the page and eat them.
A haziness wafted over me as I swayed back and forth, weightless and quiet.
One of my increasing frustrations with Gibbon (as chronicled on reading_gibbon) is his habitual haziness about the geography of places that don't interest him, which is basically everywhere outside the very narrow triangle connecting Rome, Paris and London (by my reckoning Lausanne is just on the longest edge of the three).
Beside the fact that Corrigan, Paul Volcker's sidekick at the Federal Reserve and former New York Fed chairman who is co-chairman of Goldman's business standards committee, which wrote the report, is talking up his own book here, notice the haziness of that "overstatement," which can mean almost anything.