hazy hazy  /ˈheɪ zi/


  1. (adj) filled or abounding with fog or mist
  2. (adj) indistinct or hazy in outline



  1. Photographer David Walter Banks explores the legally hazy world of marijuana and its users.
  2. They had gone to the same high school, and in the hazy years after graduation both were college dropoutsa shared interest in electronics brought them together.
  3. The shape and scope of the post-Apollo manned space program remained hazy, and a great deal depends on the safe and successful outcome of Apollo 11.


  1. Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (June 12)

    Morning low clouds will give way to hazy sunshine. Temperatures will drop a couple of degrees from yesterday, but that will put us right around average for this time of year.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: CBS 2 Los Angeles

  2. Photography show installed in sunken warship

    (CNN) -- Diving 27 meters underwater, the light turns a deep, hazy blue. Emerging from the darkness, three ballerinas in white tutus stretch their legs on the deck of a sunken military ship.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: First Coast News

  3. Cassini Captures Saturn’s Darkest Rings

    The closest to the planet itself, the hazy arcs of Saturn’s D ring may lack the reflective brilliance and sharply-defined edges of the other main rings, but they nevertheless possess their own ethereal beauty and mysteries. Here, the Cassini spacecraft has managed to capture the soft bands of the D ring in a long-exposure image [...]
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Universe Today


  1. "It's not fun," Frerotte said. "You get hazy and you're groggy for a few days and it takes you a while to get back because you don't want to go out there and not know what's going on."
    on Nov 29, 2007 By: Gus Frerotte Source: USA Today

  2. Mr ElBaradei said yesterday that the IAEA inspectors had "not seen diversion of nuclear material for weapons purposes but the picture is still hazy and not very clear".
    on Apr 13, 2006 By: Mohamed ElBaradei Source: Independent

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languish languish
/ˈlæŋɡ wɪʃ /