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Amazon’s tip-reimbursement policy was not vague, spokeswoman Rena Lunak said in a statement.

While the company has not given a specific date, the vague outline it has given means the update could arrive either in late March or some point in April.

From Digiday

Unfortunately, the early warning signals are kind of vague and nonspecific.

As to whether Cisco would have kept selling its Kinetic for Cities software if it wasn’t for the coronavirus pandemic, Diedrich was vague.

From Fortune

The 42-year-old, who lost his job because of the pandemic and started working as a runner at a hospital, said the government’s communication has been too vague.

From Fortune

But McCulloch remained vague about the issues that he says we need to address.

What that something will be—who it will hurt, and who will do the hurting—remains somewhat vague.

But Horrigan says the site weeds out red flags like vague or unlisted addresses.

Give Yourself a Real Reward   Sure, some people might be motivated by vague goals such as “better health” or “weight control.”

But I think that people who have challenged it sometimes are kind of vague in their reasons for the challenge.

Vague murmurs of doubt and surprise reached the ears of two of the British magistrates.

"You seem to be as much at home here as in London," said Mrs. Armine, in a voice that was rather vague.

He had only very vague ideas of justice as administered by law and, at present, he cared little about that.

Mr. Pontellier had a vague suspicion of it which he thought it needless to mention at that late day.

She was so bewildered as to be more alive to the present distress of his condition than to the vague horrors downstairs.


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On this page you'll find 135 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vague, such as: ambiguous, dubious, equivocal, faint, fuzzy, and hazy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.