hazy

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HAZY

But do give me a moment, everything is all so whirling and hazy.

Bill Bryant now discerned the hazy outline of a moving figure.

The sky that morning was grey with a hazy heat, which veiled the sun.

Behind them came the bulldogs, larger warships, hazy blurs in the distance.

The old man looked at her through a blinding mist in his hazy eyes.

Allan lifted his hazy eyes from the ground, and looked into his wife's face.

Albert's recollections of the next few days were hazy and very doubtful.

The Tavern “office” was crowded and hazy with acrid blue smoke.

I suppose I had some hazy prescience of that eventuality being in the air.

A case of collision on a hazy morning off the Spanish coast—you may remember.

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