- characterized by the presence of haze; misty: hazy weather.
- lacking distinctness or clarity; vague; indefinite; obscure; confused: a hazy idea.
Origin of hazy
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Related Words for hazilycovertly, dully, indefinitely, secretly, vaguely, darkly, gloomily, hazily, indecisively, indefinably, indistinctly, nebulously, thickly, unobtrusively, obscurely, ambiguously, uncertainly, unsurely
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Contemporary Examples of hazily
He hazily describes an incident in Los Angeles in 1987 where he almost lost his life.Mike Tyson Opens Up About His Rape Conviction, Brad Pitt, and Love of Pinkberry
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Historical Examples of hazily
Hours later, Lancaster was hazily aware of lying stretched on the floor.Security
Poul William Anderson
Now, at last, he had no cunning, and he was hazily conscious of his ineffectiveness.The Watchers of the Plains
"Us goes up to heaven in a whirlpool and has an awful doom," said Peter hazily.Furze the Cruel
It impressed him, hazily, as just the very hat to look ripping on an ash-blonde.The Bandbox
Louis Joseph Vance
Hazily I became aware that the dark room was become flooded with figures.The Devil Doctor
- characterized by reduced visibility; misty
- indistinct; vague
Word Origin for hazy
Word Origin and History for hazily
1620s, hawsey, nautical, of unknown origin. Some connect it with German hase "hare," an animal which plays an important part in Germanic folklore, with many supernatural and unlucky aspects in medieval times (among the superstitions: a dead hare should not be brought aboard a fishing ship, and the word hare should not be spoken at sea). Another suggestion is Old English hasu, haswe "gray." Related: Hazily; haziness.