Meaning of nebulousness in English:


Pronunciation /ˈnɛbjʊləsnəs/


See nebulous

‘It says a lot about the reach and nebulousness of those powers that the Commissioner himself may have come close to breaching their disclosure provisions.’
  • ‘Anyway - the luxury goods arena is special case and it is beautiful in its nebulousness.’
  • ‘Such nebulousness is perfect for a film about cultural confusion, the inability or refusal to see from others’ viewpoints.’
  • ‘Although suffering from chronic nebulousness, the concept of reflective teaching has held the attention of many teachers and teacher educators.’
  • ‘Eric is an observer, comfortable with the nebulousness of his journey, overwhelmed by sights, smells and sounds but not by strong emotion.’