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foggiest (idea)

Fig. (even) a hazy idea. (Usually in the negative.) I'm sorry I don't know. I haven't the foggiest. I don't have the foggiest idea of how to do this.
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not have the faintest idea

also not have the foggiest idea
to not know anything at all about something not have the foggiest notion I didn't have the faintest idea where I was or which way I was going – I simply knew I had to get away. These people don't have the foggiest idea what America's really like.
Usage notes: also used in the forms I have no idea and I haven't the slightest idea
See also: faint, have, idea, not

not have the foggiest notion

to not know anything at all about something not have the faintest idea I don't have the foggiest notion what that book is about.
See also: foggy, have, not, notion

not have the foggiest (idea/notion)

  (informal)
to not know the answer to a question 'Do you know where Kate's gone?' 'I haven't the foggiest.' (often + question word) The photocopier's broken down again, and nobody has the foggiest idea how to fix it.
See also: foggy, have

the foggiest (idea)

n. (even) a hazy idea. (Usually in the negative.) I’m sorry I don’t know. I haven’t the foggiest.
See also: foggy, idea

the foggiest

verb
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