Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: haze
IPA transcription: [h'eɪz]
noun meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: haze
    Meaning: atmospheric moisture or dust or smoke that causes reduced visibility
  • Synonyms: daze, fog, haze
    Meaning: confusion characterized by lack of clarity
Usage examples
  • In the thin haze above it a face seemed to shine.
  • He rubbed his eyes, but the gray haze would not go.
  • The thin haze of Mars' atmosphere came rushing up, while the blast lashed out.
  • He whispered to the face, and his breath made little swirls and eddies in the haze about it.
  • We had a keen north wind to-night and a haze, but wind is dropping and sun shining brightly again.
  • The marsh was steaming in the strong sun, and the outline of the Spy-glass trembled through the haze.
  • Looking through the faint haze, he saw her pass down the straight path which led to the great gate of the Maxineff work-yard.
  • Then, as, telescope to his eye, Blood raked the haze, expecting at any moment to behold the battling ships, the guns abruptly ceased.
  • Then a wind slowly rolled the smoke away. The figures of the men began to appear like shadowy tracery, and then emerged, distinct and separate from the haze.
  • Now, through a sort of purple haze, could be seen comparatively near to them what seemed to be the upper part of a huge, dark orb or sphere, islanded in a sea of cloud.