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fog1 US English

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)

fog2 US English

The grass that grows in a field after a crop of hay has been taken

fog US Thesaurus

we can't set sail in this fog

ice fog US English

Fog formed of minute ice crystals

fog bank US English

A dense mass of fog, especially at sea

fog lamp US English

A bright light on a motor vehicle, used in foggy conditions to improve road visibility or warn other drivers of one’s presence

in a fog US English

In a state of perplexity; unable to think clearly or understand something

fog signal US English

A small explosive charge which can be placed on a railway line in fog to be set off by the train as a signal to the driver

Yorkshire fog US English

A common Eurasian pasture grass with soft downy leaves

the fog of war US English

Confusion caused by the chaos of war or battle

in a fog in fog1 US English

In a state of perplexity; unable to think clearly or understand something

foghorn US English

A device making a loud, deep sound as a warning to ships in fog

fogbound US English

Unable to travel or function normally because of thick fog

fog light in fog lamp US English

A bright light on a motor vehicle, used in foggy conditions to improve road visibility or warn other drivers of one’s presence

the fog of war in fog1 US English

Confusion caused by the chaos of war or battle


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