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Verb
/fôg/,/fäg/,
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A thick cloud of tiny water droplets suspended in the atmosphere at or near the earth's surface that obscures or restricts visibility (to a greater extent than mist; strictly, reducing visibility to below 1 km),
  1. Cause (a glass surface) to become covered with steam
    • - hot steam drifted about her, fogging up the window
  2. (of a glass surface) Become covered with steam
    • - the windshield was starting to fog up
  3. Bewilder or puzzle (someone)
    • - she stared at him, confusion fogging her brain
  4. Make (an idea or situation) difficult to understand
    • - the government has been fogging the issue
  5. Make (a film, negative, or print) obscure or cloudy

  6. Treat with something, esp. an insecticide, in the form of a spray
    • - Winnipeg stopped fogging for mosquitoes three years ago
Noun
  1. The grass that grows in a field after a crop of hay has been taken

  2. Long grass left standing in a pasture and used as winter grazing


  1. droplets of water vapor suspended in the air near the ground
  2. obscure: make less visible or unclear; "The stars are obscured by the clouds"; "the big elm tree obscures our view of the valley"
  3. an atmosphere in which visibility is reduced because of a cloud of some substance
  4. daze: confusion characterized by lack of clarity
  5. Tuman is a studio album of Sofia Rotaru released in the very beginning of 2007. The CD includes mostly unreleased, but already aired songs, although only a selection of them. It is a multilingual album, hence traditional edition for Sofia Rotaru. ...
  6. Fog is a band fronted by Andrew Broder, which includes members Mark Erickson and Tim Glenn. For most of their existence, material released by Fog had been produced largely by Broder alone, combining both traditionally performed instruments and turntable-derived samples, until the switch to a ...
  7. Mist (Niebla) is a nivola written by Miguel de Unamuno and published in 1914.
  8. The Fog is a 1980 horror movie directed by John Carpenter, who also co-wrote the screenplay and composed the music for the film. It stars Adrienne Barbeau, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Atkins and Janet Leigh. ...
  9. The Fog is a 1923 silent film starring Mildred Harris; the poster for this movie was featured in Sherlock Jr.. This movie still survives. The exact release date for this movie was January 18th, 1923.
  10. The Fog is best-selling novelist and writer James Herbert's 1975 horror story about a deadly fog that drives its victims insane when they come into contact with it. It is Herbert's second book and is completely unrelated to the 1980 John Carpenter film of the same name.
  11. A thick cloud that forms near the ground; the obscurity of such a cloud; A mist or film clouding a surface; A state of mind characterized by lethargy and confusion; A silver deposit or other blur on a negative or developed photographic image; To become covered with or as if with fog; To ...
  12. (FOGS) The Faculty of Graduate Studies is in charge of the administration of the University Graduate School and all its programs. (Often referred to as ‘FGS’) View the Faculty of Graduate Studies website.
  13. To dream of traveling through a dense fog, denotes much trouble and business worries. To emerge from it, foretells a weary journey, but profitable. ...
  14. A natural weather phenomenon which usually occurs around an airport while the surrounding areas are clear. Fog is controlled by the airlines and is used to delay flights.
  15. A visible aggregate of minute water droplets suspended in the atmosphere at or near the surface of the earth, reducing horizontal visibility to less than 5/8 statute miles. ...
  16. Suspension of very small, usually microscopic water droplets in the air, generally reducing the horizontal visibility at the Earth's surface to less than 1 km.
  17. A dense mass of small water droplets or particles in the lower atmosphere.
  18. Fog is simply cloud at ground level, formed when the air cools to its dewpoint. See Advection Fog, Radiation Fog, Sea Fog.
  19. ground-level condensation caused if the dew point is reached in this part of the atmosphere by advection, evaporation, radiation or at a warm front or over ice. Typically, the density of the water droplets needs to be such that visibility is reduced to 1 km or less before it is termed fog.
  20. A darkening of the film resulting from chemical action of the developer, aging, scattered secondary radiation, pre-exposure to radiation or exposure to visible light.
  21. Condensed water vapor in cloudlike masses lying close to the ground and limiting visibility.
  22. Vapor condensed to fine particles of water and obscuring vision near the ground.
  23. A cloud with its base at the earth's surface. It reduces visibility to below 1 km.
  24. A visible mass of condensed water vapor at ground level; caused when the relative humidity of the air reaches 100% at the surface
  25. Water that has condensed close to ground level, producing a cloud of very small droplets that reduces visibility to less than one km (three thousand and three hundred feet).