gauze

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  • noun

Synonyms for gauze

(medicine) bleached cotton cloth of plain weave used for bandages and dressings

a net of transparent fabric with a loose open weave

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This song gave Zomby a vessel to get loose and light-hearted, something he doesn't do easily, or for long: the spry beat baubles ride gauzily to start, but he can't help himself.
The shafts are also quasi sculptural instrusions, helping to define space, yet as they are gauzily transparent, you can see through them.
Saramago's The Tale of the Unknown Island stands in relation to his: the author's characteristic impulses, concerns, and gestures are there but gauzily transfigured as fairy tale" (181).
Instead, by gauzily side-stepping the issue confronting it under Section 703(m) and Costa, the Fourth Circuit achieves lethe and paraphasis at the expense of Congress's clearly expressed standard in Section 703(m).
By the time I've gotten to this sentence I will have justified hours of procrastination by masturbating to gauzily cliched fantasies of sexual encounters with Meryl Streep, Tilda Swinton, and that hot journalist from Premiere who sat to my right at the screening and chewed on her pen the whole time.