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Some aspects of the law were somewhat vague and ill-defined.
Witnesses gave only a vague description of the driver.
The politicians made vague promises about independence.
He was always vague when I asked about deadlines.
She was rather vague about the details of the incident.
Simon had only a vague idea of where she worked.
I’ve got a vague memory of the hotel.
She had a vague suspicion that something was wrong.
In the distance, they could just make out the vague outline of a large animal.