[ UK /hˈe‍ɪzɪnəs/ ]
  1. vagueness attributable to being not clearly defined
  2. cloudiness resulting from haze or mist or vapor
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How To Use haziness In A Sentence

  • Mild corneal epithelial erosion, faint anterior stromal haziness, no ischemic necrosis of perilimbal conjunctiva or sclera. DO NO HARM
  • Body language is a means of nonverbal communication of mankind. Its characteristics are implication, haziness and humor.
  • Group A contained subjects with changes such as haziness, hilar prominence, fine mottling, and reticulation, all of which were considered to result from gas exposure.
  • _glass_ for using _a second time_, inasmuch as a haziness is cast upon the glass, and its former enamel seems lost, not to be regained even by using acids. Notes and Queries, Number 190, June 18, 1853 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
  • Acts of this sort arouse every cultured person and no haziness or lack of clarity can excuse them.
  • Beside the fact that Corrigan, Paul Volcker's sidekick at the Federal Reserve and former New York Fed chairman who is co-chairman of Goldman's business standards committee, which wrote the report, is talking up his own book here, notice the haziness of that "overstatement," which can mean almost anything. Robert Teitelman: Goldman Sachs, Business Standards and the Critics
  • He looked up at June and Miriam on the patio, orbed in a bubble of candlelight; he could hardly see them through the haziness of his vision. Naked
  • Each of these sculptural installations, which collectively reinforce one another even as they successfully stood alone, filled the gallery with chilling haziness and premonitions.
  • the haziness and wateriness of his disquisitions
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