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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