mist definition

  • noun:
    • A mass of fine droplets of water in atmosphere near or perhaps in experience of the planet earth.
    • Water vapor condensed on and clouding the look of a surface.
    • good drops of a liquid, such as liquid, perfume, or medicine, sprayed into the environment.
    • A suspension of good falls of a liquid in a gas.
    • something which dims or conceals.
    • A haze prior to the eyes that blurs the vision.
    • a thing that produces or gives the effect of dimness or obscurity: the mists of the past.
    • A drink composed of a liquor supported over cracked ice.
    • Water or any other fluid finely suspended in environment.
    • A layer of good droplets or particles.
    • Visible watery vapor suspended when you look at the atmosphere, at or nearby the area regarding the earth; fog.
    • Coarse, watery vapor, drifting or falling in noticeable particles, nearing the form of rain.
    • Hence, something which dims or darkens, and obscures or intercepts eyesight.
    • A cloud consisting of an aggregation of a vast amount of small globules of water, and resting upon the floor; fog.
    • Precipitation comprising exceedingly fine droplets of water, a lot smaller and more closely aggregated than in rainfall: distinguished from fog in that the droplets are bigger and have now a perceptible downward motion. In a ship's logbook, abbreviated masculine
    • Something which dims or darkens and obscures or intercepts physical or intellectual eyesight like a fog; obscurity.
    • a thin fog with condensation nearby the floor
  • verb-intransitive:
    • is or be obscured or blurred by or as though by mist.
    • To rain in an excellent shower.
    • To rain in extremely fine drops.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To hide or veil with or just as if with mist.
    • To hydrate (flowers or dry air, as an example) with a fine squirt of liquid.
    • To cloud; to pay for with mist; to dim.
  • verb:
    • To form mist.
    • To spray fine droplets on, particularly of water.
    • to pay for with a mist.
    • become included in rips.
    • become covered with mist
    • spray finely or cover with mist
    • make less visible or not clear
  • others:
    • to pay for or confuse with or as with mist; cloud; obscure.
    • becoming misty or drizzling: since, it mists.
    • An obsolete or periodic as a type of missed, preterit and past participle of miss.

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