Synonyms of "fog""fog" in a sentence
- Noun: fog fóg
Verb: fog (fogged,fogging) fóg
- Droplets of water vapour suspended in the air near the ground
- An atmosphere in which visibility is reduced because of a cloud of some substance
- fogginess, murk, murkiness
- Confusion characterized by lack of clarity
- daze, haze
- Make less visible or unclear
- obscure, befog, becloud, obnubilate, haze over, cloud, mist
Derived forms: fogs, fogging, fogged
See also: foggy
Type of: aerosol, atmosphere, atmospheric state, conceal, confusedness, confusion, disarray, hide, mental confusion, muddiness
vt fogged; fog·ging : to blur (a field of vision) with lenses that prevent a sharp focus in order to relax accommodation before testing vision
- The fog of terror cleared from her eyes.
- I am quite in a fog as to what you mean.
- The ship came into sight out of the fog.
- He faced another day of cold fog.
- Or perhaps the summer fog was more general.
- I fell to dwelling upon the romance of the fog.
- A fog had come over the mountains from the sea.
- They could discern me in spite of the fog.
- I walked in a fog of anger toward my desk.
- They were saved by persistent fogs.
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