vaporousness, steaminess, vapourousness
dimness (part of speech: noun)
semi-transparency (part of speech: noun)
obscurity (part of speech: noun)
- Rick and Scotty snapped out of their weary haziness and leaped into the room behind Tony in time to see a figure dive headlong from the window. - "The Golden Skull", John Blaine.
- It was a full half- hour before we neared the island, yet neither of us spoke during that time; then, as the " grey gull" shaped itself into rock and tree and crag, I noticed in the very centre a stupendous pile of stone lifting itself skyward, without fissure or cleft; but a peculiar haziness about the base made me peer narrowly to catch the perfect outline. - "Legends of Vancouver", E. Pauline Johnson.
- For a moment or two the house opposite looked blurred, then the haziness passed off, and she saw the road lying empty in the grey light- the lace- curtained windows, the sideboard with a mirror back on the far side of the room, even the vase of faded flowers. - "The Privet Hedge", J. E. Buckrose.