I asked in a vague way if they had this book by a writer called Antony Beevor and published by John Murray.
Why in the world should the French react well to vague, anti-French attacks?
To my eyes, it is a vague road map to the distant contours of his giant fraud, a blind man's guide to feeling the elephant.
The yearning for a vague idea of “glory” that will come with being part of a greater Russian “whole” runs through everything.
The hardening of an idea into a plan for a novel is a vague process and hard to describe.
She had come to the end of her adventures and her vague dreams.
At the edge of his mind was vague, uneasy wonder, obviously not his own thought.
Of old she had never been vague; though undertaking many enquiries at once, she had managed to be entire and pointed about each.
Boys were all right, but he had a vague notion that they belonged to their mothers.
He felt as though he had been caught in the wheels of an unstoppable machine and was in vague but serious danger.
1540s, from Middle French vague, from Latin vagus "wandering, rambling, vacillating, vague," of unknown origin. Related: Vagueness.