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Verb
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mists, plural;
  1. Cover or become covered with mist
    • - the windows were misted up with condensation
    • - the glass was beginning to mist up
  2. (of a person's eyes) Become covered with a film of tears causing blurred vision
    • - her eyes misted at this heroic image
  3. Spray (something, esp. a plant) with a fine cloud of water droplets

Noun
  1. A cloud of tiny water droplets suspended in the atmosphere at or near the earth's surface limiting visibility, but to a lesser extent than fog; strictly, with visibility remaining above 1.5 miles (1 km)
    • - the peaks were shrouded in mist
    • - a mist rose out of the river
  2. A condensed vapor settling in fine droplets on a surface
    • - a breeze cooled the mist of perspiration that had dampened her temples
  3. A haze or film over the eyes, esp. caused by tears, and resulting in blurred vision
    • - Ruth saw most of the scene through a mist of tears
  4. Used in reference to something that blurs one's perceptions or memory
    • - Sardinia's origins are lost in the mists of time

  1. a thin fog with condensation near the ground
  2. become covered with mist; "The windshield misted over"
  3. obscure: make less visible or unclear; "The stars are obscured by the clouds"; "the big elm tree obscures our view of the valley"
  4. spray finely or cover with mist
  5. Mist is a phenomenon of small droplets suspended in air. It can occur as part of natural weather or volcanic activity, and is common in cold air above warmer water, in exhaled air in the cold, and in a steam room of a sauna. ...
  6. The Mist is the name of two DC Comics supervillains, archenemies of the original and 1990s Starman. For the DC Comics superhero, see The Omega Men.
  7. Guardians of Ga’Hoole is a young adult epic fantasy book series written by Kathryn Lasky and published by Scholastic. The series which ended in 2008 with the publication of The War of the Ember has a total of fifteen books. ...
  8. MIST was one of the first public access MUDs (Multi-user Dungeon) games in the world. Running at the University of Essex England between the hours of 2am and 8am and at weekends, and free to use, it attained immense popularity among a dedicated user base.
  9. Mist (Niebla) is a nivola written by Miguel de Unamuno and published in 1914.
  10. Mist is an unincorporated community in Columbia County, Oregon, United States. It was named for the atmospheric conditions of the Nehalem Valley.
  11. Water or other liquid finely suspended in air; A layer of fine droplets or particles; To form mist; To spray fine droplets on, particularly of water; To cover with a mist; To be covered by tears
  12. (MISTIC) Mission Sensor Tactical Imaging Computer
  13. (MISTIC) contained 2,610 vacuum tubes for processing and memory.
  14. (Mists) Mist is a term loosely applied to any dispersion of liquid particles, many of which are large enough to be individually visible without visual aid.
  15. (Mists) are smoke-like occurrances that can be attributed to ecto-plasm dispersion or a regrouping or forming of an entity.  Mist can be smoke, fog, and even your breath.  Real mists seem to have a gray or blue color where smoke may have more of a yellow or white look.
  16. To dream that you are enveloped in a mist, denotes uncertain fortunes and domestic unhappiness. If the mist clears away, your troubles will be of short duration. To see others in a mist, you will profit by the misfortune of others.
  17. A Photographed anomaly that appears as a blanket of light.  There is no substantial proof that these are related to paranormal phenomenon.
  18. Very thin fog in which visibility is greater than 1.0 km (0.62 mi).
  19. A visible aggregate of minute water particles suspended in the atmosphere that reduces visibility to less than 7 statue miles, but greater than or equal to 5/8 statue miles.
  20. Liquid particles measuring 40 to 500 micrometers (pm), are formed by condensation of vapor. By comparison, fog particles are smaller than 40 micrometers (pm).
  21. A collection of microscopic water droplets suspended in the atmosphere. It does not reduce visibility as much as fog and is often confused with drizzle.
  22. A liquor served over a glass filled with crushed ice, often a way of serving liqueur as an after dinner drink.
  23. Foggy or vapor-like materialization that can sometimes be traced to supernatural forces.
  24. A glass packed with crushed ice to which spirits are added, usually straight.
  25. An energy field that looks like a cloud or haze but has a paranormal ectoplasm substance.  There may or may not be any particular shape, color (typically white or light colored), thickness, or consistency.