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nebulose

[neb-yuh-luh s, -lohs] /ˈnɛb yə ləs, -ˌloʊs/
adjective
1.
cloudlike; nebulous.
2.
hazy or indistinct; nebulous.
3.
having cloudlike markings.
Origin of nebulose
1795-1805
First recorded in 1795-1805, nebulose is from the Latin word nebulōsus full of mist, foggy, cloudy. See nebula, -ose1
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