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Synonyms for haze

Synonyms for haze

a thick, heavy atmospheric condition offering reduced visibility because of the presence of suspended particles

Synonyms for haze

atmospheric moisture or dust or smoke that causes reduced visibility

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confusion characterized by lack of clarity

become hazy, dull, or cloudy

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harass by imposing humiliating or painful tasks, as in military institutions

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Of those, only 8% had ever reported a hazing incident
She said the hazing included being forced to stand in line, reciting information and sleepless nights crafting -- ''menial tasks,'' she called them.
David Simmons is calling for committee hearings to look into FAMU's hazing, financial, academics, and other "significant" problems, said The Orlando Sentinel.
Defenders of some hazing traditions believe the experience of shared torment promotes bonding and builds character and discipline.
Before this tragedy, most people would agree that hazing was a problem.
The district prohibits hazing, harassment and bullying, as well as retaliation against students who report such behavior.
A total of 154 articles were located, 150 of which described hazing in sport.
I am very pleased with the actions of commands who have identified hazing and the actions they have taken," noted VAdm.
Kill or injure someone in a hazing incident, go to jail for up to five years.
Hazing is considered a most destructive and irresponsible practice which the National Panhellenic Conference does not support and has never supported.
Walter Kimbrough accomplishes a feat that few have dared: capture more than a peripheral snapshot of black Greek life beyond step shows and vile incidents of hazing.
The game, a twenty-year tradition of sport and underage drinking at Glenbrook North High School featuring hazing instead of cheerleading, got out of hand this year.
Thirty-one seniors at Glenbrook North High School just outside of Chicago who were suspended following a May 4 hazing incident, have been expelled, but will receive their diplomas, according to wire news reports.
It seems the awful practice of hazing is not just limited to college sororities and fraternities.
Waters is tailing a cure for a curious wine problem -- hazing.