nebulously nebulously


  • (adv) in a nebulous and indefinite manner


  1. They have to reawaken themselves in a belt-tightening way, not in a nebulously optimistic one.
  2. The chemists talked learnedly, wordily, nebulously about synthetic rubber.
  3. The backgrounds Manhattan, Italy, unnamed places are nebulously uninteresting, taking the edge off such intensity as Authoress MacConnell and her characters may possess.


  • Big Data + Big Math = Big Mess or Big Money?

    What happens when you combine big data with some big math? Good things, bad things and things we have yet to truly comprehend. Big Data is the most talked about, misunderstood and nebulously defined component of online marketing.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Search Engine Land

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