Origin of vague
OTHER WORDS FROM vaguevague·ly, adverbvague·ness, nounun·vague, adjectiveun·vague·ness, noun
How to use vague in a sentence
But according to Wyden, the bill is “full of holes, riddled with vagueness and ill-defined terms.”Ron Wyden and Rand Paul, the Senate's NSA-Busting ‘Ben Franklin Caucus’|Eleanor Clift|June 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Aronofsky avoids some of the pitfalls of the biblical story with deliberate vagueness.
In fact, it was this very vagueness that underlined the success.
But it would be hard to argue, given the vagueness of his campaign, that he won a specific mandate.Obama Election Victory Tempered by House GOP Reality Check|Howard Kurtz|November 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The incumbent gets the benefit of name recognition and ribbon-cutting opportunities; the challenger gets the benefit of vagueness.
It is such a delightful mixture of vagueness and cock-sureness, and even more picturesque than Romanism.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
His Companion (disguising a slight vagueness as to the precise nature of this measure).
An interesting feature of this case is the vagueness of the term "in need of relief," instead of "destitution."English Poor Law Policy|Sidney Webb
Don't you see that his being my husband robs the situation of its charm, the vagueness that might have been its danger?The Creators|May Sinclair
I realised the vagueness of my own plans as I had never done before I brought them to the test of this experience.The New Machiavelli|Herbert George Wells