muz·zy / ˈməzē/ • adj. (muz·zi·er , muz·zi·est ) 1. unable to think clearly; confused: she was shivering and her head felt muzzy from sleep. ∎ not thought out clearly; vague: society's muzzy notion of tolerance. 2. (of a person's eyes or a visual image) blurred: a slightly muzzy picture. ∎ (of a sound) indistinct: the bass and drums are, even on CD, appallingly muzzy. DERIVATIVES: muz·zi·ly / ˈməzəlē/ adv. muz·zi·ness n.
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