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foggy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nature
foggyfog‧gy /ˈfɒɡi $ ˈfɑːɡi, ˈfɒːɡi/ ●●● S3 adjective 🔊 🔊 1 DNif the weather is foggy, there is fog 🔊 a foggy day in November 🔊 driving in foggy conditions2 not have the foggiest (idea)3 FORGETif your mind is foggy, you cannot think or remember things clearly
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foggyIt was a foggy, chilly day, without sunshine so the sea was murky and opaque.And look how foggy it was.He told us to hurry back home after the picture had finished because it might get foggy later.a damp and foggy morningThe equipment had worked, but there was nothing to see in this foggy, turbulent atmosphere.
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