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Synonyms for mist

Synonyms for mist

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

Synonyms for mist

a thin fog with condensation near the ground

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become covered with mist

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make less visible or unclear

spray finely or cover with mist

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References in classic literature ?
Keep where you are," the guard called to the voice in the mist, "because, if I should make a mistake, it could never be set right in your lifetime.
He was gobbling mincemeat, meatbone, bread, cheese, and pork pie, all at once: staring distrustfully while he did so at the mist all round us, and often stopping - even stopping his jaws - to listen.
Wreaths of white mist clung like ghostly sails to the yards.
He sneered at me, and his white face looked out of the mist with his red eyes gleaming, and he went on as though he owned the whole place, and I was no one.
From time to time the coast was visible through the broken mist, but no vessel was in sight.
The figure of the Martian grew smaller as he receded, and presently the mist and the gathering night had swallowed him up.
In this direction, the sunshine penetrates the dismal mist.
Minute diamonds of moisture from the mist hung, too, upon Tess's eyelashes, and drops upon her hair, like seed pearls.
To keep to the road which gleamed white in the mist would have been safer because it would be easier to see people coming along it.
The grey, hot mist, the whitewashed cabin, the long, ugly potato patch, the weird, pathetic figure of that old man from whose brain the light of life had surely passed for ever.
A slight grey mist was falling and the country inland was almost blotted from sight.
We are surrounded by dripping white mist so dense that we become invisible to one another at a distance of half a dozen yards.
It was not very dark: there was a bit of moon somewhere above the light veil of mist that lay along the earth.
It was a cold, bleak morning in the beginning of March, and the mist was drifting in dense rolling clouds through the passes of the Cantabrian mountains.
There was an emerald mist on the woods beyond the Glen.