Synonyms and Antonyms of hazy
1 filled with or dimmed by fine particles (as of dust or water) in suspension <hazy skies made it dangerous to fly> <the hazy sunshine so common in August> Synonyms beclouded, befogged, brumous, clouded, cloudy, foggy, gauzy, misty, murky, smoggy, soupy Related Words overcast, rainy, stormy, thick; dirty, miry, mucky, muddy, slimy, slushy, turbid; miasmal, miasmatic, miasmic; smoky (also smokey), smudgy, sooty; filmy, milky, opaque Near Antonyms bright, clean; clement, fair, sunny, sunshiny; translucent, transparent Antonyms clear, cloudless, limpid, pellucid, unclouded
2 covered over by clouds <when taking landscape photographs, compensate for dull, hazy skies by emphasizing colorful features on the ground> Synonyms beclouded, clouded, cloudy, dull, hazed, overcast, heavy, lowering (also louring), overcloudedRelated Words bedimmed, befogged, blackened, darkened, darksome, dim, dimmed, dulled, dusky, misty, murky, obscure, obscured, overshadowed; sunless; black, bleak, cheerless, dark, desolate, dismal, drear, dreary, funereal, gloomy, glum, gray (also grey), sepulchral, somber (or sombre), sullenNear Antonyms sunlit, sunny, sunshiny; brightened, brilliant, dazzling, illuminated, illumined, lit (or lighted), lightened, radiant, shinyAntonyms clear, cloudless
3 not seen or understood clearly <the meaning of “you should” here is hazy—does it mean “you are strongly urged” or “you are commanded”?> Synonyms blear, bleary, blurry, dim, foggy, fuzzy, gauzy, faint, indefinite, indistinct, indistinguishable, misty, murky, nebulous, obscure, opaque, pale, shadowy, unclear, undefined, undetermined, vagueRelated Words dark, dusky, gloomy; impalpable, inappreciable, intangible, invisible; hieroglyphic (also hieroglyphical), incomprehensible, indecipherable, indiscernible, inexplicable, mysterious, obfuscatory, puzzlingNear Antonyms bright, distinct, evident, obvious, plain; certain, firm, strong, sureAntonyms clear, definite, pellucid
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