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Synonyms for fog

Synonyms for fog

a thick, heavy atmospheric condition offering reduced visibility because of the presence of suspended particles

Synonyms for fog

droplets of water vapor suspended in the air near the ground

an atmosphere in which visibility is reduced because of a cloud of some substance

confusion characterized by lack of clarity

make less visible or unclear

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BANGOR Today: Mostly dry and sunny, but perhaps cloudy at first in the east with a few freezing fog patches.
Norwich and Southampton were also hit by the freezing fog, which the Met Office said was likely to persist over the coming days.
Freezing fog may turn into snow and sleet flurries in some parts of the south.
Much of North Wales and the north west of England has been gripped by patches of freezing fog since Sunday afternoon and forecasters say it is unlikely to clear up in the next 24 hours.
Temperatures plummeted to record lows as freezing fog and black ice caused traffic chaos yesterday.
It was also covered in freezing fog for much of Christmas Day.
Icy patches will again prove treacherous across much of the country, after freezing fog overnight in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The spire of the old Cathedral is just about visible in the freezing fog yesterday and (right) the hand on a sculpture in the ruins has a bad case of frostbite
THE prospect of frost and freezing fog has prompted morning inspections to be called for today's two jumps meetings in Britain.
One night, travelling back in freezing fog down the A1, my father, having waited nearly an hour for the opportunity, was almost past an articulated truck when my mother yelled out, "Look out left
A MAN was killed by a police car and three people were airlifted to hospital as Britain was hit by freezing fog in the south and storms in the north yesterday.
THE pilot killed when his helicopter hit a crane in freezing fog had ignored his client's suggestions to delay take-off.
Freezing fog is forecast when the region wakes up tomorrow and is likely to persist as the mercury fails to rise above zero all day.
In the winter of 2006, and also January and December of last year, the whole of Britain was under a high-pressure area, which meant extreme cold and sometimes freezing fog.
Freezing fog will again be slow to lift today across South Wales and drivers are warned of icy roads Ice adorns the coats of sheep at Fonmon, Vale Glamorgan Some flights at Cardiff Airport were cancelled because of bad conditions at their destinations