hazy adjective \ˈhā-zē\
: partly hidden, darkened, or clouded by dust, smoke, or mist : hidden by haze; also : having or filled with haze
: not clear in thought or meaning
: not certain
: obscured or made dim or cloudy by or as if by haze
Examples of HAZY
- We had only a hazy view of the mountain.
- He gave us a hazy account of how he had spent the last two weeks.
- She has only hazy memories of the accident.
Origin of HAZY
First Known Use: 1582
Related to HAZY
- beclouded, befogged, brumous, clouded, cloudy, foggy, gauzy, misty, murky, smoggy, soupy
- clear, cloudless, limpid, pellucid, unclouded
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