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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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The rockers are fronted, of course, by Dunston-born Brian Johnson, a singer with tremendous stage presence and a fog-horn voice.
This leaves Elsie (Daniels) to fog-horn her way through the sort of luke-warm smut that fashioned the seaside post cards of old, and turned gaslight TV entertainer Dick Emery into a millionaire.
An earnest and well-meaning busybody of a tourist informs his fellow travellers in a fog-horn voice that the train is being hauled by a diesel engine 'because the steam engine has broken down'.
The omnipresent fog-horn voiced host Davina McCall told us that, throughout their televised imprisonment, the inmates would be deprived of their "adoring fans".
Some great Mingus writing, along with a fog-horn introduced A Foggy Day which tilts its hat at musical satirist Spike Jones as well as having something of the Roland Kirk about it.
an ear Pearce-ingTHE BBC were quick to trumpet the signing of Jonathan Pearce from Capital, but the fog-horn commentator has already been told by Five Live bosses that he WON'T be covering any of England's World Cup group games.