adjective, ha·zi·er, ha·zi·est.
- hazlitt, william,
- hazzard, shirley,
Origin of hazy
Examples from the Web for 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|Marlow Stern|November 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Hazily I could see scores of the bristly, manlike fish when I opened my eyes and glanced through the walls.
Hazily I became aware that the dark room was flooded with figures.The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu|Sax Rohmer
They were vague shapes, they were horrors, which he now began to see, as the visions of Truth so often are when hazily perceived.The Missourian|Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
adjective -zier or -ziest
Word Origin for hazy
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.