- s so thin as to transmit light
- s resembling or characteristic of vapor
- s filled with vapor
a vaporous bog
- That's why we should punish crimes, not the vaporous intentions that lead to them.
- But the blend of heavy and vaporous, declaring and beckoning--that's all Kapoor's.
- And in that vaporous haze, the American war in Vietnama debacle that took 16 years and 58,000 American livesfinally ended.
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- My Turn: Nameless stranger comes to aid of sick child
Angels apparently come in many shapes and colors. Soft and vaporous cherubic images floating about crinkled painted canvas are not proof, but for some their existence is believed in wholeheartedly.
Aug. 7, 2013 - Daily Breeze
- David Brooks in American Thinker
This affliction at some point comes to a predictable end, which David Brooks calls "Obama Comedown Syndrome" - the afflicted come to realize that most of Obama's "hope-mongering is vaporous" and "Obama's hype comes from exaggeration of...
- Guillermo del Toro in Los Angeles Times
(Guillermo Del Toro gushed about it: "Rusty alleyways and vaporous ghosts painted by the masters of dread. Razor-sharp images that will slice your eye and nest there forever. Thrilling, disturbing and haunting. Bring the kids!"
- Josh Hartnett in INQ7.net
Asked where he would like to be at this stage in his career, Hartnett answered, "A good career where I'm working with interesting people but not a career where I'm constantly chasing a vaporous kind of entity, fame or whatever or chasing the most...