Definition of "vague"
  1. A term used to describe an ambiguous or unclear rule or regulation that lacks enough detail for an average person to understand what behavior is specifically prohibited or not
How to use "vague" in a sentence
  1. The proposed law was criticized for being too vague, as it did not clearly define the actions it sought to regulate.
  2. The attorney argued that the statute was unconstitutionally vague and did not provide fair warning about what was illegal behavior.
  3. Some privacy policies are often vague, making it difficult for users to understand what data collection practices they are agreeing to.

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