foggy

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Synonyms for foggy

stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion)

indistinct or hazy in outline

filled or abounding with fog or mist

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obscured by fog

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However, given the unpromising attitude of those in power, this picture seems to get foggier by the day.
These conditions may well last well into next WEEK but then the days and nights will revert bacK into cooler and foggier conditions as we head into October.
The conditions were foggier in the internal areas than the coastal areas.
It was cooler, foggier, and mistier than any of the other previous mornings.
What is a Jew becomes all the foggier when someone fully embraces the faith as an adult.
Obviously, the further away from today one peers and tries to predict, the foggier the course of future events becomes.
Dealing with rampant moral ineptitude is trickier, for there are foggier timetables on how much rehab that takes to cure.
Bannerman said she hasn't had to water her roses and clematis as much in the foggier weather, but she would rather have the sun back.
The Decca was slightly foggier, duller, glassier, and less dimensional.