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Vaguely

Pronunciation of Vaguely
/vˈe͡ɪɡli/, /vˈe‍ɪɡli/, /v_ˈeɪ_ɡ_l_i/

Synonyms for vaguely:

Sense 1

so, moderately, partially, ISH, partly, marginally, slightly, Fractionally, somewhat, clearly.

Sense 2

specifically, tolerably, minutely, reasonably, mildly, remotely.

Sense 3

rather, narrowly, fairly, some, pretty.

Sense 4

modestly, halfway, quite.

Sense 5

half.

Sense 22

touch.

barely

intangibly.

imperceptibly

invisibly.

vaguely

indefinitely.

Other synonyms and related words:

remotely, halfway, intangibly, quite, so, fairly, clearly, mildly, unreliably, marginally, narrowly, specifically, moderately, invisibly, slightly, partly, rather, minutely, half, mistily, somewhat, pretty, tolerably, indefinitely.

dimly (adverb)

obscurely, indistinctly, dimly, hazily, Foggily, Cloudily, murkily, faintly.

equivocally (adverb)

equivocally, ambiguously, ambivalently.

invisibly (adverb)

uncertainly, indistinctly.

obscurely (adverb)

Cloudily, opaquely, Turbidly, amorphously, Foggily, obscurely, unintelligibly, imprecisely, hazily, incoherently, formlessly, shapelessly.

uncertainly (adverb)

unsurely, uncertainly, debatably, disputably, contestably, tentatively, ambivalently, indefinitely, controversially, questionably, arguably, unreliably.

all (adverb)

mistily.

dimly (adverb)

faintly, dimly, indistinctly, murkily.

equivocally (adverb)

equivocally, ambiguously, ambivalently.

indistinctly (adverb)

indefinitely.

invisibly (adverb)

invisibly.

obscurely (adverb)

Cloudily, opaquely, Turbidly, amorphously, Foggily, obscurely, unintelligibly, imprecisely, hazily, incoherently, formlessly, shapelessly.

uncertainly (adverb)

unsurely, questionably, tentatively, disputably, uncertainly, controversially, unreliably, debatably, contestably, arguably.

unclearly (adverb)

uncertainly, hazily, ambiguously, unsurely, obscurely.

Sense 3 (noun)

slightly, mildly, quite, pretty, somewhat, fairly, partly.

vaguely (noun)

mistily.

Usage examples for vaguely:

  • She connected him vaguely with Mary. - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.
  • Stratton began to feel vaguely that he had made a fool of himself. - "From Whose Bourne", Robert Barr.
  • I had become vaguely anxious. - "Castles in the Air", Baroness Emmuska Orczy.

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