Definition of hazy
hazilyplay \ˈhā-zə-lē\ adverb
hazinessplay \ˈhā-zē-nəs\ noun
Examples of hazy in a Sentence
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.
Recent Examples of hazy from the Web
The band’s hazy, mournful guitar riffs have soundtracked many an art girl’s existential crisis, in large part thanks to talented guitarist/vocalist Rachel Goswell.
Although the protein target of ISRIB is known, the exact manner in which the drug restores memory is hazy.
Certainly the lines between races, given the complexity of the human genome and of human interactions, are hazy.
Her voice suddenly turns gray and hazy, without losing its steely core.
Today, the picture of exactly how this new statute is unfolding in San Diego County is a bit hazy.
The hazy light is filtered through leaves or lace; the interior of the house is dim unless lit by candlelight.
For many American readers, the details of politics and wars in India in the last several decades will be hazy at best.
According to the Washington Post, in briefings McConnell’s office has only offered senators a hazy picture of the bill.
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Origin and Etymology of hazy
First Known Use: 1582See Words from the same year
HAZY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hazy for English Language Learners
: 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
HAZY Defined for Kids
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