Definition of vague in English:

vague

Syllabification: vague
Pronunciation: /vāg
 
/

adjective

Derivatives

vagueness

noun
More example sentences
  • But the book, which is based on various lectures, is undermined by a maddening vagueness.
  • The report is also critical of road safety education because of its lack of prominence, vagueness and poor training for teachers.
  • The vagueness of privacy as a legal term is striking when it is contrasted with a clearer, more established term such as private property.

vaguish

adjective
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  • It's not without its flaws, but being vaguish isn't one of them.
  • I have this vaguish recollection of a friend asking me this question once about 10 years ago.
  • Is it just too vaguish or long winded for such efforts to be considered worthwhile on your part?

Origin

mid 16th century: from French, or from Latin vagus 'wandering, uncertain'.

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