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vaguely

[ veyg-lee ]
/ ˈveɪg li /
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adverb
in a way that is unclear, imprecise, or uncertain:They've been talking vaguely about maybe buying a house there one of these days. The sound was vaguely familiar, but she couldn't identify it.
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OTHER WORDS FROM vaguely

un·vague·ly, adverb
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