nebulous[ neb-yuh-luh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF nebulous
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It describes the nebulous attitude of mind of many a one to-day.
As often as not he began writing with only a nebulous idea of what he proposed to do.
The moment he saw the letter the nebulous idea became opaque.
Her thought of him was vague, nebulous, and taking many forms.
The ground of this picture is crossed with nebulous black streaks.
His third novel was already in a nebulous state in his brain.
It was all nebulous and cloudy; a contingency to be shaped by circumstances as they might develop.
An idea, which had been nebulous until this moment, sprang into being.
Then there was nothing but a nebulous powdering of tiny metal fragments.
The point where they drifted into the nebulous territory of dreams was undefined.