foggy

[ fog-ee, faw-gee ]SEE DEFINITION OF foggy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOGGY

But our foggy English climate and stodgy people call for it.

She took me down, to the sea gate at the end of a warm, still, foggy day.

He had prepared his sermon on those three foggy days that began the week.

It was pitch dark, foggy as ever, and the tide a-risin' fast.

But these memories are all foggy and mixed with dreams and nightmares.

I miss you quite a lot, Don, dear, especially on foggy days.

Foggy morning; pale line of silver on eastern horizon; swell, but no wind.

It fell upon the vast landing, all foggy with a slow drift of smoke.

The night was foggy and dark, so that her progress, to be safe, was necessarily slow.

It was a drizzling, foggy morning when they drove down to the boat.

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