Thesaurus / mist

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Fine mist drips from the crowns of evergreens, through the mosses and down into a layer of fragrant duff that shelters an ecosystem of mycelium, bacterial decomposers, and insect aerators.

It comes with ten soothing essential oils, including lavender and jasmine, along with an adjustable mist setting.

To operate, you pump the sprayer to release a fine mist, which helps spread the oil evenly on your food.

When you exercise, sweat doesn’t only accumulate on your skin, but it also flies everywhere—think about the fine mist you release every time you swing a kettlebell.

So regions prone to frequent fog and mist — such as San Francisco Bay, mountains or the Arctic — tend to have more fogbows.

As they neared the shore, a landing-stage, or low jetty, of sunk piles disengaged itself from the mist.

The Blue PavilionsSir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

A mist rose before her eyes, and though they thought she listened she understood nothing of what was passing.

Count HannibalStanley J. Weyman

Suddenly a mist gathered before his eyes, and he felt himself being carried up into the air also.

Had some keen eye seen those shadowy forms dropping through the mist?

The Courage of Captain PlumJames Oliver Curwood

The mist bank and the heavy fall of dew had so moistened things that the fire crept but slowly.

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