haziness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n vagueness attributable to being not clearly defined
- n cloudiness resulting from haze or mist or vapor
- Wreathed in ice fog, the ice shelf takes on the haziness of a mirage.
- 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.
- For his simplicity and haziness of detail there is further explanation.
News & Articles
- 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.
Dec. 26, 2013 - NBC NEWS
- Sir Alex Ferguson in Sportinglife.com
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."
- Daniel Schneidermann in Christian Science Monitor
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...
- Allan Kozinn in New York Times
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...