haze

Part of speech: adverb

Hazily.

Part of speech: noun

HAZINESS.

Part of speech: verb

To subject to ill treatment, as a student.

Part of speech: noun

Very fine suspended particles in the air; dimness, as of perception or knowledge.

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Usage examples "haze":

  1. Why, yes, I was afraid they wanted to haze you. - "A Dear Little Girl at School", Amy E. Blanchard.
  2. A sort of haze came over Bill's face, as if he had dropped a curtain before his eyes. - "K", Mary Roberts Rinehart.
  3. The dawn flutters out, faint opal and gray, then rose and yellow, blue and a sort of silvery haze. - "Floyd Grandon's Honor", Amanda Minnie Douglas.