What Does Haze Mean?

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Haze refers to traditionally an atmospheric phenomenon where dust, smoke and other dry particles obscure the clarity of the sky. The word may also refer to state of mental obscurity or confusion.
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haze
[heyz]
NOUN
1.
an aggregation in the atmosphere of very fine, widely dispersed, solid or liquid particles, or both, giving the air an opalescent appearance that subdues colors.
2.
vagueness or obscurity, as of the mind or perception; confused or vague thoughts, feelings, etc.: The victims were still in a haze and couldn't describe the accident.
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT), VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [HAZED, HAZ·ING.]
3.
to make or become hazy.
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Haze can often be referring to a clouding or misting of the weather or even the eyes or mind. Usually when something is hazing it is hard to see through.
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