Definition of hazy in English:

hazy

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Pronunciation: /ˈheɪzi
 
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adjective (hazier, haziest)

Derivatives

hazily

adverb
More example sentences
  • In one photograph, Darwell surveys a cityscape of abandoned apartment buildings where the Chernobyl Power Plant looms hazily in the distance.
  • Rawkus Records was founded on a hazily idealistic notion about promoting progressive music.
  • After some indeterminate amount of time I began to be hazily aware that something was on my shirt.

haziness

noun
More example sentences
  • With a very round voice, rather than a steely, singular edge that more piercing sopranos have, she creates a haziness that is very comforting and no small part of her wide appeal far beyond the realm of opera and recital aficionados.
  • Problems include increased sensitivity to light at night and haziness of vision.
  • Mike said that the room filled with a very slight but discernible haziness, which then seem to gather at one of the corners of the ceiling.

Origin

early 17th century (in nautical use in the sense 'foggy'): of unknown origin.

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