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Example Sentences for "vague"


The description of the bank robber was too vague to be of any useI have only a vague memory of Carson City because we moved away when I was just four years old.

The description of the bank robber was too vague to be of any use.

The document was vaguely worded and confusing.

Very young children only have a vague idea of what it means to die.

The girl could vaguely remember seeing a car coming towards her, and then everything was a blank until she woke up in the hospital.

What you're telling me is vaguely familiar. I must have read about it at some point.

We could just make out the vague form of a person standing before us in the fog.

He was so vague in his recommendations that no one knows quite what he was suggesting.

The old woman's memories of the event are quite vague because it happened so long ago.

I don't have the vaguest idea of what you're talking about.

The President's answer as to whether the United States was prepared to use force was deliberately vague.

Politicians are often vague about what they will do if elected so that no one can accuse them of breaking their promises.

The young man had the vague look on his face of someone on drugs.

We could only see a vague outline of the house through the darkness and pouring rain.

Your face is vaguely familiar, but I can't remember where we met.

Bill Cosby once said that the first law in advertising is to avoid the concrete promise, and cultivate the delightfully vague.

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