But according to Wyden, the bill is “full of holes, riddled with vagueness and ill-defined terms.”
Madonna, who co-wrote the script, has never been one for vagueness (see: Human Nature).
The incumbent gets the benefit of name recognition and ribbon-cutting opportunities; the challenger gets the benefit of vagueness.
The conduct for which Goldman is being charged could be criminal as well as civil, despite its vagueness and lack of fair warning.
But his campaign has relied on that same style of vagueness in its latest campaign ad.
The freshness of the experience would be spoilt, I feared, by incomplete glimpses caught in the vagueness of the dusk.
Then, as the journey went on, the vagueness began to define.
The commander was depending on the vagueness of the information that may have filtered down from the north.
The scientist was under no illusion as to the vagueness of the title "Chairman."
"Never, excepting a number of times," replied St. George, supremely unconscious of any vagueness.
1540s, from Middle French vague, from Latin vagus "wandering, rambling, vacillating, vague," of unknown origin. Related: Vagueness.