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Fog or mist.

[French, from Old French, perhaps from Provençal, from Latin brūma, winter; see brumal.]

bru′mous (bro͞o′məs) adj.
brume, brumous - Brume is a poetic term meaning "mist, fog, or vapor"; brumous means "foggy."
See also related terms for vapor.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.brumous - filled or abounding with fog or mistbrumous - filled or abounding with fog or mist; "a brumous October morning"
cloudy - full of or covered with clouds; "cloudy skies"
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Tony McCoy, out of luck on The Very Man, enjoyed better fortune on Burton Port in the 2m1f novice hurdle and Adare Prince, who plugged on in the gamest fashion in first-time blinkers to land the 3m1f handicap chase at the expense of Brumous and Shifting Alliance.
Conditions should be ideal and he can land this at the expense of Oliver Sherwood's Brumous who looked as if he would improve for the run when winning a novice chase at Leicester.
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At his first meeting with Rudolph, the scientist is gazing down upon the city from the high windows of the palace, wondering how 'all out there seemed a jumble of wreckage under the brumous winter light' (p.
Oliver Sherwood breathed a sigh of relief after Brumous gave him his first winner for six weeks with victory in the gg.
com Novices' Hurdle gives Brumous a chance to build on his debut success over timber.
In what seemed a competitive maiden event that would throw up a number of future winners, Brumous jumped like an old hand and picked up well on the run-in to score by seven lengths.
LEIGHTON Aspell enjoyed a day to remember at Folkestone yesterday as he recorded a 254-1 first and last-race double courtesy of Warningcamp and Brumous.