hazily hazily


  1. (adv) through a haze
  2. (adv) in an indistinct way


  1. Years from now, reading our e-history books in the comfort of our networked pods, we might hazily recall 1999's rollicking bull market or whizzy new cell phones.
  2. As the curtains part, a huge symphony orchestra appears hazily, on the screen.
  3. But in adult life, the rules on plagiarism are often hazily understood, even by those whose trade is to point the finger.


  • INTERVIEW/PROFILE: Jazz Musician of the Day: Pat Martino

    All About Jazz is celebrating Pat Martino's birthday today! When the anesthesia wore off, Pat Martino looked up hazily at his parents and his doctors and tried to piece together any memory of his life. One of the greatest guitarists in jazz.
    on August 25, 2013     Source: All About Jazz

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