Sounds vaguely familiar.
It made me vaguely prescient about what was said by the usual suspects about post-lockdown.
The law set no time limits, and deputies talked vaguely of a transitional period of two months to two years.
(Pro tip: whenever you prepare a disclosure statement, check all your previous ones on even vaguely related topics.
They’d spoken of Berlin in a vaguely flirty way, as if they might like each other more there.
Chrissie gestured vaguely at China and Jay moving among the goats, meaning they were occupied.
The male paramedic seems vaguely pissed off by the wasted journey and not quite convinced by his story.
If you have not felt vaguely censorious about someone else’s fun recently, you are a better person than me.
The whole thing was vaguely sadistic—so vaguely that it was ridiculous; clearly no harm was done.
Everyone knows them, everyone understands what they are vaguely supposed to mean, and almost nobody questions them.
"They've all written their boycott statements vaguely enough so they can keep their options open and come back to Facebook."
EE’s site vaguely states that deals are “coming in November”, but you can register your interest to receive updates on its sale.
The first lady vaguely condemned the attempted coup, saying she was "disappointed and disheartened with what happened last week."
The original restaurant, on Sixteenth Street, was vaguely Tuscan, vaguely new American, and extremely hospitable.
French painter and printmaker Marie Laurencin was especially known for her delicate watercolors of elegant, vaguely melancholic women.
. … While we cannot prove Church’s thesis, since its role is to delimit precisely an hitherto vaguely conceived totality, we require evidence ….
Sometimes Bebe came on his own, with his riding clothes and his notebooks, in which he wrote vaguely melancholy stories with vaguely crime-related plots.
In the course of her academic career, Krug has identified as Algerian, African-American, Black Boricua, vaguely Afro-Latinx, vaguely Caribbean; she’s been from Kansas City, from the Bronx, and “of the hood.”
After a 1962 schoolyard punch-up, the pupil in David’s left eye remained permanently dilated, having the serendipitous effect of lending him a vaguely unearthly appearance (the thrower of the punch, George Underwood, remained a close friend and later designed Bowie’s album artwork).
In July, for example, the Justice Department announced that as part of a large settlement Citigroup would pay $2.5 billion in “consumer relief”, vaguely defined, for its contributions to the financial crisis, even more vaguely defined, and as a result the bank would not be prosecuted for actions in another area, the sale of collateralised debt obligations.
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In July for example the Justice Department announced that as part of a large settlement Citigroup would pay 25 billion in consumer relief vaguely defined for its contributions to the financial crisis even more vaguely defined and as a result the bank would not be prosecuted for actions in another area the sale of collateralised debt obligations