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haze in Nature topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhazehaze1 /heΙͺz/ noun [singular, uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 DNCLEAR/EASY TO SEE#smoke, dust, or mist in the air which is difficult to see throughhaze of πŸ”Š a haze of cigarette smoke πŸ”Š The sun was surrounded by a golden haze.2 CONFUSEDthe feeling of being very confused and unable to think clearly πŸ”Š a drunken haze
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hazeβ€’ The family is in a haze of shock and grief.β€’ But by this time the Captain had grown used to living in a blue haze.β€’ Of sand, surf and sea stretching for mile after mile after mile into the blue haze.β€’ Little orange fires flickered, and gray shapes moved among the dull-green helicopters in the morning haze.β€’ In the morning it looks like a smoky haze is hanging over the hills.β€’ During the tight formation take-off his eyes were on Stefan and the Spitfire as they climbed to get on top of the haze.β€’ There was a flash through the haze of dust as Ford knelt to fire the train.β€’ Squinting through the haze, Sam tried to place him.