adjective, ha·zi·er, ha·zi·est.
- hazlitt, william,
- hazzard, shirley,
Origin of hazy
Examples from the Web for hazy
It drains your body of nutrients and vitamins, attacking the central nervous system and leaving you in a dehydrated, hazy state.
He was captivated by footage of her escape through the hazy entryway of the supermarket, which was obscured by pepper spray.Westgate's Chilling Security Video Reveals Shopping Mall Bloodbath|Nina Strochlic|September 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
You lethargic, unfocused, unstable, lazy, hazy, crazy time of year.
The heart was in standstill, hazy clots filling the ventricles.Real Life Lazarus: When Patients Rise From the Dead|Sandeep Jauhar|August 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But what about those of us who, for whatever our reasons, have left our hazy, giggly days behind us?How to Celebrate 4/20 Without Actually Smoking Weed|Kelly Williams Brown|April 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Beyond it the hillsides, narrowing in, faded blurred and dim into the hazy distance.The Dust of Conflict|David Goodger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
He had a hazy glimpse of Nolan and Jil-Lee closing in about him.The Defiant Agents|Andre Alice Norton
All the hazy temples looked dilapidated, and the inhabitants had a decidedly opium-eating air.Intimate China|Mrs. Archibald Little
We shouted and laughed and fed there in the hazy light, while all around us thundered the evil horde.The Secret of Kralitz|Henry Kuttner
He must have no hazy impressions, no unthinking mind, no ill-defined ideas, no inexactness.Public Speaking|Clarence Stratton
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.