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Definition of Vague
Not clearly expressed; stated in indefinite terms. | Not having a precise meaning. | Not clearly defined, grasped, or understood; indistinct; slight.
How to use Vague in a Sentence?
Was this the
resemblance that had baffled him ever since he had entered the room?
That something was machinery and a
energetic disposition to improve material things.
His instructions were
and verbal; he had not even a letter to our proposed ally.
Raising his head, he could see nothing except the
light of the sheet of water on his right.
He had recently, and for reasons that were a little
in his own mind, decided to become rich.
As Gray looked up he could only distinguish the
dark outlines of the gloomy hills.
He was enraged at receiving none but
replies; for I felt the importance of misleading him.
Such were the
rumors which for a long time tantalized without gratifying my curiosity on the interesting subject of these pirate traditions.
But presently he noticed in them a return of the preoccupation, the
dreaminess, that had been about her when she first appeared.
She now sealed it up and forwarded it to Bernstein on the
chance of its being of use in the valuation of the necklace.
ideas of going to a policeman or of complaining at a police station, but some boyish instinct against informing prevented that.
By this time he had become somewhat alienated from the spirit of his youth, when he had envisaged life in a mist of
and stormy emotionalism.
One of the old women in the almshouse below gave me some information which, though very
and insufficient, only increased my interest.
The cloud-mussed sky turned to a
copper colour, and seemed to glow as the inside of a huge heated caldron.
The whole place had the
depressing smell of closed rooms, or of dead flowers, the very odour of unhappiness.
Without warning, we found ourselves foul of a picket-line, and the
forms of grazing horses loomed close by.
All these things, however, had been jumbled together in our minds in that
way in which such things are mingled up in the tales of boyhood.
We are usually left to
no definite information, and furnish no satisfactory guidance to our minds.
There was a universal
hope in a great moral peace, of a new world order arising visibly and immediately on the ruins of the old.
Those ideals had been expressed in
and general terms, and every Government thought that its own war aims coincided with them.
Motionless she lay on the sofa, looking at the grey November day with
eyes that bespoke an obsession of hallucination.
She touched his hand a little tremulously, and her eyes took on the
far-seeing look of the Celt.
Short Example Sentence for Vague
It was very
uneasiness possessed me.
These were at their best
He could never recall that time except as a
The proposition, as left by them, is
People have got hold of these
He could get nothing, however, but
Her mind remained deep in thought about him and his
anticipation of such things in life had vanished altogether.
She looked towards the door as though with some
hope of escape.
Foy is half a hero with them, because of these
Emily listened, a
expression of pain in her pathetic eyes.
She wished that she were not haunted by a
dread of it....
heaviness, like a black cloud covered her heart again.
forebodings, bear life's heavy load.
He had the
eyes of the follower of the Lone Trail.
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