fogdog

fog·dog

 (fôg′dôg′, -dŏg′, fŏg′-)
n.
A bright or clear spot that appears in breaking fog.

[From the fact that it accompanies fog as a dog accompanies its owner.]
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fogdog

(ˈfɒɡˌdɒɡ)
n
(General Physics) a whitish spot sometimes seen in fog near the horizon. Also called: seadog
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