befog[ bih-fog, -fawg ]SEE DEFINITION OF befog
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEFOG
All these mysteries that befog us are not mysteries really; they are the mother-tongue of nature.
Something seemed to bear down on his brain and befog his sight.
The object of writing a book is not to befog the reader's mind.
They who undertake to reason the thing out learnedly, befog it.
And we should not befog the issue by saying that this is degrading.
Rather than adapt their lives to their consciousness, they try by every means to befog and to silence it.
In such wise, Douglas labored to befog and discredit the issues for which the new party stood.
I think I have read somewhere that the function of present-day criticism is to befog the mind and blur the object criticised.
It could be done only by one whom all the world had conspired to befog and befool about his importance in the scheme of things.
Their position is strongest when they maintain that these topics have a tendency to befog the intellect.