mizzle definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To rain in fine, mistlike droplets; drizzle.
    • Chiefly British Slang To make a sudden departure.
    • To rain in really fine falls; to drizzle.
    • To take an individual's self down; to go.
  • noun:
    • A mistlike rainfall; a drizzle.
    • misty rainfall or drizzle
    • Mist; good rain.
    • good rainfall.
    • very light rainfall; stronger than mist but significantly less than a shower
  • verb:
    • To rain in really fine drops.
    • To abscond, scram, flee.
    • rain lightly
  • others:
    • To rain in very good falls; drizzle.
    • To succumb; yield; thus, often, to become tipsy.
    • To go away completely out of the blue; decamp; run off.
    • to conquer; confuse; entangle psychologically.

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