adjective, gauz·i·er, gauz·i·est.
Related formsgauz·i·ly, adverbgauz·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for gauzy
Achtung Baby's ironic astringency was a successful reaction to Rattle and Hum's gauzy sincerity.U2 Drops ‘Invisible’ to Remind You the Band Exists|Howard Wolfson|February 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In other words, it may be that the only thing more seductive than the lure of the comfy life is the gauzy embrace of nostalgia.
But I also learned more recently not to put a gauzy, Instagram filter on the life of Nelson Mandela.
All this occurred well before memories had become distant or gauzy.What Director Alan Pakula’s Papers Reveal About Watergate|Max Holland|June 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In theory, at least, they return home with gauzy thoughts and memories of the United States.
The younger Cary handed her in with great care of her flowers and gauzy draperies, and great reluctance in relinquishing her hand.Lewis Rand|Mary Johnston
The level plain between the island hills is streaked with gauzy mist.With Rimington|L. March Phillipps
She was clad in some material of a gauzy and yet opaque texture, permitting the full outline and the least movement to be seen.The Open Air|Richard Jefferies
The gauzy web is being delivered into the can in front of the carding machine.Clothing and Health|Helen Kinne
These gauzy ribbons fell from it almost of their own accord, and hung in fleecy festoons about it.Summer Cruising in the South Seas|Charles Warren Stoddard