Scotch mist


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Scotch mist

n
1. (Physical Geography) a heavy wet mist
2. (Physical Geography) drizzle
[C16: so called because it is common on Scottish hills]
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Scotch mist

nnebbia densa accompagnata da pioggia
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A keen breeze sprung up off land, and a kind of aggravated Scotch mist soon drove everybody from the deck.
Well, believe it or not Elva had done this before many times; she dates, beguiles and captivates - and then she vanishes like scotch mist, and she's been doing this since possibly the 1950s, maybe even earlier.
SCOTCH MIST The ethereal Bealach na Ba mountain pass in Wester Ross in autumn
I'm spending my holiday in the Scotland I love, but the true meaning of 'Scotch mist' is becoming more and more apparent.
It was a Scotch mist pretty much from November through June.
Scotch Mist, as our little vessel was called, had a canopy, cool box, MP3 dock and enough room for four people.
Scotch mist? No sir, that sickly, sludgy apparition is the remains of the Royal Bank of Scotland.
That disappeared like Scotch mist. Now we have Mr Clegg's visit, but don't forget his lack of enthusiasm towards steelmaking in his own constituency in Sheffield.