What is another word for fuzzily?

Pronunciation: [fˈʌzɪlɪ] (IPA)

"Fuzzily" is an adverb that describes something that is not clear or precise. Some synonyms for this word are "vaguely," "blurry," "hazily," "indistinctly," and "unclearly." These words describe the same quality of something being difficult to see or understand, but they offer slight variations in nuance. For example, "vaguely" might suggest a slight sense of recognition or familiarity, whereas "hazily" might suggest an overall sense of confusion or disorientation. "Indistinctly" implies that something is hard to distinguish or lacks clear definition, while "unclearly" might suggest that something is hard to interpret or understand. Ultimately, all of these words describe a lack of clarity, but they offer slightly different shades of meaning and context.

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Famous quotes with Fuzzily

  • Mitt did not quite forget his perfect land. He remembered it, though a little fuzzily, next time the wind dropped, but he did not set off to look for it again. It was plain to him that soldiers only brought you back again if you went. It made him sad. When an inkling of it came to him in silence, or in scents, or, later, if the wind hummed a certain note, or a storm came shouting in from the sea and he caught the same note in the midst of its noise, he thought of his lost perfect place and felt for a moment as if his heart would break.
    Diana Wynne Jones

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