rather vagueThis line of thought seems to be promising, but it is rather vague.
vague ideaEveryone had a vague idea of what it meant but none could precisely have defined it.
be vagueI had decided to be vague.
so vagueOf course, the mortgage market today is neither so generous nor so vague.
only a vagueThus far, Kirov had received only a vague brief about his current project.
somewhat vagueThe definition had been left somewhat vague in the legislation, though it was intended to embrace all matters relevant.
vague notionHe finds himself evaluated by the correspondingly vague notion of competence.
too vagueIt's probably too vague
vague wayThey are in a vague way in debt to society or the state.
vague impressionHe stood over her, his black suit and ugly, smiling face contributing to a vague impression of evil.
very vagueShe could be very vague.
vague shapeHer aunt sketched a vague shape in the air.
vague memoriesHe had vague memories of a brother who apparently did not exist any more.
vague descriptionTheir latest lead is a vague description of a man at Sharpness in a car in which Carol Clark was a passenger.
vague feelingHe smiles slightly at the vague feeling of hope he now feels.