One of my favorite website (I know!) is the Oxford English Dictionary (which I have access to through school) and then there is Merriam-Webster if you don't have $300 a year to devote for access to the OED online.
Inflected Form(s): vagu·er; vagu·est
Etymology: Middle French, from Latin vagus, literally, wandering
- 1 a : not clearly expressed : stated in indefinite terms
- 2 a : not clearly defined, grasped, or understood : indistinct <only a vague notion of what's needed>; also : slight <hasn't the vaguest idea>
- b : not clearly felt or sensed : somewhat subconscious <a vague longing>
synonyms see obscure
— vague·ly adverb
— vague·ness noun
And the only reason I even started this entry was to talk about my soap of the week. Yes, that's how my mind works.
Webcomic + Books + Dictionary + Definitions = SOAP
I am currently using VAGUE by Villainess and my entire bathroom now smells heavenly. I even stick my head in there every now and then JUST because!
Characteristic Scent: An unassuming faint floral with touches of neroli, iris, lily of the valley and geranium.
Sound good? I wish I could describe it more--clearly. HENCE THE NAME!
Of course, I'm doing you no favors by talking about it--it's currently unavailable. So when my bar is gone, I'll have to search in vain for a new lovely chunk of soap to wash my blues away.
p.s. another great place for fantastical soap: The Soap Box Company (closed for the month of October, I really have bad timing)