Sentence for haze | Use haze in a sentence

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  • No haze spread around. (10)
  • A haze hovered over the prospect. (8)
  • How she walked in her inviolateness and pride, as in a haze! (12)
  • Diana saw herself through the haze she conjured up. (10)
  • A haze had begun to bathe the trees, the stars burnt dim, the air was colder. (8)
  • I had but to fancy a slight haze on the farther water, and all was right and regular. (7)
  • The tall green woods, the red earth, the white houses, were all melted into one opal haze. (8)
  • A tender haze hung upon the landscape and subdued it till the scene was as a dream before them. (9)
  • A heavy tree spread a thick canopy above their heads, and the haze darkened slowly over the river. (8)
  • The pleasant landscape, bathed in Autumn, stretched from the foot of the hill to a red horizon haze. (10)
  • The haze seems to be self-luminous, giving a soft, yellow light, so diffused that shadows are unknown. (7)
  • Looking in the same direction I saw, through the haze, the sharp outlines of a city in gray silhouette. (7)
  • Above their heads, through the trees, he could see right away to some Downs, faint in the July heat haze. (8)
  • In Hyde Park the grass was parched and dewless under a sky whose stars were veiled by the heat and dust haze. (8)
  • Her walks and conversations with Seymour Austin charmed her as the haze of a summer evening charms the sight. (10)
  • There was an early haze, and all looked a little mysterious; but people were already passing on their way to work. (8)
  • Many a morn the sunny darling Saw the rising chariot-rays, From the winding river-reaches, Mellowing in amber haze. (10)
  • The sun was just breaking through the heat haze; early waggons were passing, and already men were coming in to work. (8)
  • But in front of me, half veiled in sunny haze, lay a new Gévaudan, rich, picturesque, illustrious for stirring events. (2)
  • Far out, where the sunlight fell, the smiling waters lay white and mysterious in July haze, giving him a queer feeling. (8)
  • Nearer and farther, the cottages and villages shone in the valleys, or glimmered through the veils of the distant haze. (9)
  • The sun burned crimson in a gray-blue sky through a delicate Indian-summer haze, as beautiful as a day-dream in paradise. (7)
  • Haze clung over the river and the woods beyond; the lawn sparkled with dew, and two wagtails strutted in the dewy sunshine. (8)
  • On the cold air of this last October night a thin haze hung, and the acrid fragrance from little bonfires of fallen leaves. (8)
  • It brings with it a faint, floating haze, a cunning decolouriser, although not thick enough to obscure outlines near at hand. (2)
  • They sat down on a bench, where the green cliff stretched out before them, over a sea quite clear of haze, far down and very blue. (8)
  • The spirit of colour was flying in the distant trees, swathing them with brownish-purple haze; the sky was saffroned by dying sunlight. (8)
  • Hours of real dismay and suffering for it is suffering, indeed, to feel a loved thing swallowed up in that hopeless haze of London streets. (8)
  • In the mean time the golden haze along the mountain side changed to a clear, pearly lustre, and the quiet evening possessed the quiet landscape. (9)

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