the foggiest idea

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
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Meanwhile, James, played by Dylan Llewellyn, obviously doesn't have the foggiest idea what these wee girls are going on about.
Everyone says they don't want a hard border but no-one has the foggiest idea how to leave the EU without one.
Director Peter Hall reputedly told his cast: "I haven't really the foggiest idea what some of it means - but if we stop and discuss every line we'll never open.
By Andrew Amsan in New Delhi WHEN race walker K Ganapathi joined the Army back in 2008, he did not have the foggiest idea about the discipline in which he would go on to become a contender for an Olympic berth.
When you're drafting your next statement, giving us the foggiest idea of what you intend to do about it would be nice.
She and her comrades are put where they are to carry out our bidding, how can they do that if they haven't got the foggiest idea what the council tax paying people of this city want?
I worked for a while for a man who was a good example of a manager who didn't have the foggiest idea of how to get good work from his employees.
And for one walker on the banks of the Forth and Clyde Canal, it looked like he hadn't the foggiest idea where he was going.
From the evidence so far surfacing ("Building contracts rigged; ExMakati official: That's our practice," News, 9/5/14), he is now perceived as either shamelessly corrupt himself (if he knew about and profited from the anomalies) or grossly and unpardonably incompetent as an executive officer (if he didn't have the foggiest idea his officials were ripping off the residents of Makati).
an episode behind) and haven't really the foggiest idea what is going on.
No one outside Perthshire has the foggiest idea what's really happening in curling, but it matters not a jot.
The truth is the Government hasn't the foggiest idea.
Does anyone have the foggiest idea what sort of power we so blithely invoke?
For instance, a Muslim who drinks is looked upon as a liberal Muslim, although he may not have the foggiest idea of what liberalism as a political concept constitutes.
DeGene doesn't have the foggiest idea how guns work or what exactly it is she wants to ban: