haziness


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haz·y

 (hā′zē)
adj. haz·i·er, haz·i·est
1. Marked by the presence of haze; misty: hazy sunshine.
2. Unclear, confused, or uncertain: I have only a hazy notion of what she wants. I'm a bit hazy on the new budget.

[Origin unknown.]

haz′i·ly adv.
haz′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.haziness - vagueness attributable to being not clearly defined
vagueness - unclearness by virtue of being poorly expressed or not coherent in meaning; "the Conservative manifesto is a model of vagueness"; "these terms were used with a vagueness that suggested little or no thought about what each might convey"
2.haziness - cloudiness resulting from haze or mist or vaporhaziness - cloudiness resulting from haze or mist or vapor
murkiness, cloudiness, muddiness - the quality of being cloudy
Translations
غُموض، ضَبابِيَّه
zamlženost
disethed
móîa; óskÿrleiki
belirsizlikpusluluk

haziness

[ˈheɪzɪnɪs] N
1. [of view, horizon, sky] → nebulosidad f
the haziness of the morning gave the landscape a mysterious air (due to mist) → la bruma or neblina de la mañana daba al paisaje un aire de misterio; (due to heat) → la calina de la mañana daba al paisaje un aire de misterio
2. (fig) (= vagueness) → confusión f, vaguedad f

haziness

n
(of sunshine)Trübheit f; (of view, outline, vision, surroundings)Verschwommenheit f; due to the haziness of the weatherwegen des dunstigen or diesigen Wetters
(of ideas, memory, details)Unklarheit f, → Vagheit f

haze1

(heiz) noun
a thin mist. The mountains were dim through the haze.
ˈhazy adjective
1. misty. a hazy view of the mountains.
2. not clear or certain. a hazy idea; I'm a bit hazy about what happened.
ˈhaziness noun
References in classic literature ?
Experience has suggested the brief introductory statement of main literary principles, too often taken for granted by teachers, with much resulting haziness in the student's mind.
Even as he did so he thought he perceived a certain haziness of eye and speech in his trustee; but he was too hopeful to be stayed, silenced the voice of warning in his bosom, and with one and the same gesture committed the money to the clerk, and himself into the hands of destiny.
Even the heavens seemed to share in the dried appearance of the earth, for the sun was concealed by a haziness in the atmosphere, which looked like a thin smoke without a particle of moisture, if such a thing were possible.
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However, you need to be alert for certain changes in vision, including blurriness, haziness, or distortion in your central field of vision--the area you see when you look straight ahead.
Estrellado was referring to a key measure of water quality, based on the haziness resulting from the amount of particles present in the liquid but were mostly unseen with the naked eye.
Governing wasn't, and that was obvious in his haziness and dishonesty before Election Day and in his laziness and defiance after.
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Even with the haziness, let's examine four major initiatives and what ESSA says about them:
Golden color in appearance, but expected haziness not there.
The chapter titled "Democracy and Good Governance", brings out the haziness surrounding the terms, as neither of these are codified in international agreements, nor is there wide agreement on them.
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