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Definition of Vaguely

Vaguely
Vaguely Vague"ly, adv. In a vague manner. What he vaguely hinted at, but dared not speak. --Hawthorne.

Meaning of Vaguely from wikipedia

- and philosophy, a vague predicate is one which gives rise to borderline cases. For example, the English adjective "tall" is vague since it is not clearly...
- Memory Vague is a 2009 audio-visual project by Oneohtrix Point Never, the alias of electronic musician Daniel Lopatin. It was released as a limited-edition...
- sire in GB & Ireland. Major Lionel B. Holliday bred Vaguely Noble who was foaled in 1965. Vaguely Noble was by Vienna (GB) who won six races and £27,970...
- The New Wave (French: La Nouvelle Vague) is a French art film movement that emerged in the late 1950s. The movement was characterized by its rejection...
- American constitutional law, a statute is void for vagueness and unenforceable if it is too vague for the average citizen to understand, and a...
- 353 copies during its first w**** of release. "Beautiful Disgrace" – 4:13 "Vague" – 4:52 "Ashamed" – 4:03 "Make Up Your Mind" – 4:00 "Leave Me Out" – 3:53...
- September 14, 1974) was an American actress. She was also known as Vera Vague, the spinster character she created and portra**** on radio and in films...
- Vague is an American businessperson, venture capitalist, author, and Secretary of Banking and Securities for the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Vague was...
- Vagueness is a problem in semantics, metaphysics and philosophical logic. Vague may also refer to: Vagueness doctrine, a constitutional doctrine which...
- N {\displaystyle \left(\mu _{n}\right)_{n\in \mathbb {N} }} converges vaguely to a measure μ {\displaystyle \mu } whenever for all test functions f ∈...