Atmospheric moisture, dirt, smoke, and vapor that diminishes exposure.
A partially opaque covering: allow the polish dry to a haze before buffing it.
A vague or perplexed state of mind.
extremely fine solid particles (smoke, dirt) or fluid droplets (dampness) suspended in the air, a little limiting exposure.
A reduction of transparency of a definite gas or liquid.
An analogous dullness on a surface that's preferably very reflective or transparent.
Any state suggestive of haze in the atmosphere, such emotional confusion or vagueness of memory.
The degree of cloudiness or turbidity in a definite glass or plastic, measured in %.
Any compound causing turbidity in beer or wine.
Light vapor or smoke floating around which almost impedes eyesight, with little or no moisture; too little transparency floating around; for this reason, figuratively, obscurity; dimness.
circumstances of confusion, uncertainty, or vagueness of idea or perception.
The aggregation of a countless great number of extremely small and even ultra-microscopic particles in the air, independently invisible, but producing within the aggregate an opaqueness of the atmosphere.
atmospheric dampness or dust or smoke that triggers paid down exposure