6 sentences with 'vague'

Example sentences and phrases with the word vague and other words derived from it.

« If in the writings following the Spanish conquest there are vague references to beliefs in the underworld, the abundance of archaeological evidence is notorious. »
« The combination of vague pro-American sentiments with the radically anti-American propaganda campaign caused a certain section of Soviet society to begin to unconsciously lean towards the United States, aesthetically, emotionally and even, to a certain extent, ideologically. »
« In the Europe of the 1400s, they tended to confuse "India", "Cathay" and "Japan" with Asia itself. They had a vague notion that all of Asia was ruled by khans, partly due to the popularity of the Venetian merchant Marco Polo's famous account of his travels in the latter part of the 13th century. »
« The British term for soldiers who survived but were unable to function in society was 'shell shock', a vague diagnosis for what is now known as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. »
« The Nazis believed that races were biological entities, that there was something inherent in the blood of each 'race' that had a direct impact on its ability to create or destroy something as vague as 'true culture'. »
« "We have observed that ginseng produces a wide variety of vague effects, but it is therefore not easy to pinpoint what it is effective for and what it is not," says Ara DerMarderosian, professor of pharmacognosy and medicinal chemistry at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science, and a leading ginseng expert. »
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