Is a nebulous multinational pharmaceutical manufacturer behind the inexplicable erasure of mortality?
The first movie was a blockbuster, so sequels were made under the nebulous idea of “science fiction.”
Some art was condemned as being “too Jewish,” though this was a nebulous concept.
But the idea that some nebulous force of will could have flipped six votes is completely extraterrestrial.
His reasons, he said, were personal—the kind of nebulous rationale that leaves ample room for interpretation.
Was it a collection of nebulous, or cometary matter, which the earth encountered in its annual progress?
It was all nebulous and cloudy; a contingency to be shaped by circumstances as they might develop.
Yet with all these crosses Mrs. Grubb was moderately cheerful, for her troubles were as nebulous as everything else to her mind.
An idea, which had been nebulous until this moment, sprang into being.
One can imagine a more and more diffuse state of the nebulous matter.
late 14c., "cloudy, misty," from Latin nebulosus "cloudy, misty, foggy, full of vapor," from nebula (see nebula). The figurative sense of "hazy, vague, formless" is first attested 1831. Astronomical sense is from 1670s. Related: Nebulously; nebulousness.