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Verb
/hāz/,
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A slight obscuration of the lower atmosphere, typically caused by fine suspended particles,
  1. Force (a new or potential recruit to the military, a college fraternity, etc.) to perform strenuous, humiliating, or dangerous tasks
    • - rookies were mercilessly hazed
  2. Drive (cattle) in a specified direction while on horseback

Noun
  1. A slight obscuration of the lower atmosphere, typically caused by fine suspended particles

  2. A tenuous cloud of something such as vapor or smoke in the air
    • - a faint haze of steam
  3. A state of mental obscurity or confusion
    • - through an alcoholic haze

  1. atmospheric moisture or dust or smoke that causes reduced visibility
  2. become hazy, dull, or cloudy
  3. daze: confusion characterized by lack of clarity
  4. harass by imposing humiliating or painful tasks, as in military institutions
  5. (hazy) brumous: filled or abounding with fog or mist; "a brumous October morning"
  6. (hazy) bleary: indistinct or hazy in outline; "a landscape of blurred outlines"; "the trees were just blurry shapes"
  7. Haze is traditionally an atmospheric phenomenon where dust, smoke and other dry particles obscure the clarity of the sky. ...
  8. HaZe is a X window manager extensively based on the Takashi Hasegawa creation known as MLVWM, the Apple Macintosh interface-mimicking window manager.
  9. HAZE is the Universal Music debut album from violinist Hahn-Bin. It was released in 2005 by Universal Music Ltd. of Korea.
  10. "Haze" (1970–1972) is a rock band that was formed in 1970 and toured Europe until 1972 with John Karnatz on organ rhythm guitar and vocals, Steve Tack on lead guitar and vocals, Gary Pinkston on base and vocals and Harry Marrion on drums.
  11. Haze is a 2005 thriller/horror film written and directed by Shinya Tsukamoto.
  12. Singer/songwriter HAZE (b. Harikrish Menon Ramachandran 2 June 1973, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) is known for his work in the dance music genre, with hit singles such as Changes and Freak.
  13. Very fine solid particles (smoke, dust) or liquid droplets (moisture) suspended in the air, slightly limiting visibility; The degree of cloudiness or turbidity in a clear glass or plastic, measured in percent; Any substance causing turbidity in beer or wine; Mental confusion; the state of being ...
  14. (hazy) Thick with haze; somewhat obscured with haze; Not clear or transparent; Obscure; confused; not clear; as, a hazy argument; a hazy intellect
  15. (Hazy) Used to describe a wine that has small amounts of visible matter. A good quality if a wine is unfined and unfiltered.
  16. (HAZY (see also BRILLIANT, CLOUDY, FILTERED)) Refers to wines with slight particulate content when viewed against the light. Occurs most often in unfiltered or unfined wines where there is no need to worry. ...
  17. (Hazy) A relatively clear wine that has a moderate amount of suspended particulates. Not quite as severe a fault as cloudiness.
  18. (Hazy) A visual description for a wine that's less than clear. In this age of industrial-produced wines, a hazy sample is a rarity, but some "unfiltered" wines may appear less brilliant than most.
  19. (Hazy) The sky will appear to be covered in a very light fog when viewed off in the distance. Haze is created when fine dust particles disperse through a portion of the atmosphere. It is generally not noticeable when observed from directly above or below. ...
  20. (Hazy) These canyons, though originally descended clean, have come to sprout a few bolts at some challenging drops. In some cases, the bolts have become more or less accepted and probably won't be removed. In other cases, the canyon is hotly contended by pro-bolt and anti-bolt factions. ...
  21. (Hazy) means when the air is full of smoke or dust. What’s the word?
  22. (hazy) Cloudy. Not clearly defined; unclear or vague.
  23. corneal clouding that causes the sensation of looking through smoke or fog.
  24. A cloudy film seen on business-strike coins and Proofs. It may occur naturally or be added.
  25. Atmospheric particulate matter and gases that diminish visibility. Visibility is reduced when light encounters tiny pollution particles, such as soot and dust, and some gases (such as nitrogen dioxide) in the air. ...