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a. (en-comparativehazy)


See hazy

  1. adj. filled or abounding with fog or mist; "a brumous October morning" [syn: brumous, foggy, misty]

  2. indistinct or hazy in outline; "a landscape of blurred outlines"; "the trees were just blurry shapes" [syn: bleary, blurred, blurry, foggy, fuzzy, muzzy]

  3. [also: haziest, hazier]

Usage examples of "hazier".

Her mind picture of the dancer grew hazier and hazier until she could not be sure that that other existed at all, that she had not been drawn into a trap which had finished both the jewels and left the basin world open to the Dark.

It was impossible to be involved in lesbian issues and not come into contact with some self-proclaimed priestess, a political witch or two, or even the more grounded but at the same time hazier currents of rebellion against patriarchal Christianity embodied by Women-Church.

Though the living crystal he had stolen from the enemy base on Yavin 4 enabled him to sense Yuuzhan Vong - in a different, much hazier way than Jedi sensed most other beings - his perceptions at such distances were too weak to discern anything less than a massive concentration.

The closest of these was perhaps five miles away, with others dotted irregularly over the plain behind it, fading into the distance and seeming to get smaller and hazier even in the bright light of the moon.

Forested mountains stood in ranks, each hazier and bluer until they faded into the invisible horizon.