gauzy

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Etymology[edit]

gauze +‎ -y

Adjective[edit]

gauzy (comparative gauzier, superlative gauziest)

  1. Having the qualities of gauze; light, thin, transparent, hazy.
  2. (figuratively) light; giving the effect of haze.

Quotations[edit]

  • 2003: Although the books are scored in different keys—Clinton’s generally attempts to be gauzy and warm, Blumenthal’s is edgy and cold—their underlying refrain is the same. — The New Yorker, 14 July 2003

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