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Law Dictionary Home Dictionary Definition vague


: characterized by such a lack of precision that a person of ordinary intelligence would have to guess if particular conduct is being proscribed
: characterized by a failure to describe forbidden conduct in terms sufficient to provide fair warning [an unconstitutionally law] see also void-for-vagueness doctrine compare overbroad
vague·ly adv

vague·ness n

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