I love that man, but I am vaguely scared of him just like you really would feel towards your father.
An installation by South African animator William Kentridge, vaguely on the subject of time, recalls 1920s expressionist theater.
"I was vaguely aware of the fact that I was on TV but it didn't really hit me until Sober House," he says.
The U.S. administration says, vaguely, that the opposition will be getting more support.
ThinkProgress calls the premise “uncomfortable and vaguely sad.”
vaguely it seemed to him now that all was as he wished it to be with Cassandra near.
Dick, vaguely conscious of damp and dirt, went up to his bedroom.
He had vaguely felt that he was trespassing when he first entered the hotel, and now his doubts were confirmed.
Her voice was level and vaguely dangerous as she answered his accusation.
He had never really looked at the matter, but he was vaguely conscious that there had been some such feeling or idea in his mind.
1540s, from Middle French vague, from Latin vagus "wandering, rambling, vacillating, vague," of unknown origin. Related: Vagueness.