haziness haziness


  1. (n) vagueness attributable to being not clearly defined
  2. (n) cloudiness resulting from haze or mist or vapor


  1. Wreathed in ice fog, the ice shelf takes on the haziness of a mirage.
  2. That haziness, according to some producers particularly tightly squeezed farmers allows stores to add markups of over 300% to products bought at cut-rate wholesale prices.
  3. For his simplicity and haziness of detail there is further explanation.


  • Why more boomers are getting cataract surgery at a younger age

    On the morning I got cataract surgery, my ophthalmologist joked it was his “young day,” since all his surgical patients were under 70. I’m 43. I first noticed the haziness in my left eye about this time last year and thought it was a dirty contact.
    on December 26, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS


  1. But Ferguson said in The Sun: "There is a slight haziness in the central part of one eye. We have worked on the situation to try to minimise it. I think there is no problem with the actual vision in terms of being able to play football."
    on Oct 31, 2006 By: Sir Alex Ferguson Source: Sportinglife.com

  2. On Liberation's website, Paris media consultant Daniel Schneidermann stated that "The haziness between [Bruni's] two roles has been deliberately perpetuated by the newspaper.......... You might like Bruni's songs. But then, you have to cover them in...
    on Jul 1, 2008 By: Daniel Schneidermann Source: Christian Science Monitor

  3. Reviewing the performance in The New York Times, Allan Kozinn wrote, "Mr. Logan's music - a volatile mixture of angularity, harmonic haziness and expressive dissonance tempered with openly tonal sections - adds a palpable dramatic dimension to the...
    on Jun 22, 2010 By: Allan Kozinn Source: New York Times

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