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Vague

 
Vague "Vague" (v[=a]g), a. [Compar. (v[=a]g"[~e]r); superl. .] [F. vague, or L. vagus. See , v. i.] 1. Wandering; vagrant; vagabond. [Archaic] ``To set upon the vague villains.'' -Hayward.
She danced along with vague, regardless eyes. -Keats.
2. Unsettled; unfixed; undetermined; indefinite; ambiguous; as, a vague idea; a vague proposition.
This faith is neither a mere fantasy of future glory, nor a vague ebullition of feeling. -I. Taylor.
The poet turned away, and gave himself up to a sort of vague revery, which he called thought. -Hawthorne.
3. Proceeding from no known authority; unauthenticated; uncertain; flying; as, a vague report.
Some legend strange and vague. -Longfellow.
. See , under .
Syn: Unsettled; indefinite; unfixed; ill-defined; ambiguous; hazy; loose; lax; uncertain.
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