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mist·y

 (mĭs′tē)
adj. mist·i·er, mist·i·est
1. Consisting of or marked by mist: a misty rain; a misty night.
2. Obscured or clouded by or as if by mist: far-off, misty mountains.
3.
a. Vague; hazy: a misty recollection of a dream.
b. Full of tender emotion; sentimental: a love story that left us feeling misty and sad.

mist′i·ly adv.
mist′i·ness n.
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misty

(ˈmɪstɪ)
adj, mistier or mistiest
1. consisting of or resembling mist
2. obscured by or as if by mist
3. indistinct; blurred: the misty past.
ˈmistily adv
ˈmistiness n
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mist•y

(ˈmɪs ti)

adj. mist•i•er, mist•i•est.
1. covered or obscured by mist.
2. consisting of or resembling mist.
3. indistinct or blurred.
4. obscure; vague.
[before 900]
mist′i•ly, adv.
mist′i•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.misty - filled or abounding with fog or mistmisty - filled or abounding with fog or mist; "a brumous October morning"
cloudy - full of or covered with clouds; "cloudy skies"
2.misty - wet with mist; "the misty evening"
wet - covered or soaked with a liquid such as water; "a wet bathing suit"; "wet sidewalks"; "wet weather"
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misty

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misty

adjective
1. Covered by or as if by a thin coating or film:
2. Not clearly perceived or perceptible:
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Translations
mlhavýzamlžený
disettåget
utuinen
maglovit
misturs-; í òoku
もやの立ち込めた
안개가 자욱한
meglen
dimmig
ที่ปกคลุมด้วยหมอก
đầy sương mù

misty

[ˈmɪstɪ] ADJ (mistier (compar) (mistiest (superl))) [day, morning] → neblinoso; [valley, shore] → cubierto de neblina; [mirror, window] → empañado; [memories] → vago; [outline] → borroso, difuso; [eyes] → empañado, lloroso
it is misty (Met) → hay neblina (US) → está lloviznando
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

misty

[ˈmɪsti] adj [morning, day] → brumeux/euse
a misty morning → un matin brumeux
it's misty → il y a de la brumemisty-eyed [ˌmɪstiˈaɪd] adj (= sentimental) to go misty-eyed about sth → avoir la larme à l'œil en pensant à qch
Some people go all misty-eyed about times gone by → Certaines personnes ont la larme à l'œil en pensant au temps jadis.
to go misty-eyed at the thought of sth → avoir la larme à l'œil à la pensée de qch
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

misty

adj (+er)
day, morningneblig; (= hazy)dunstig; mountain peaksin Nebel gehüllt; colourgedeckt; (= fine) rainfein; misty weatherNebelwetter nt, → Nebel m; a misty view of the valleyein Blick auf das (nebel)verhangene or dunstige Tal; a misty drizzleein feiner Regenschleier
(fig: = blurred) form, figure, memoryverschwommen; her eyes grew misty, a misty look came into her eyesihr Blick verschleierte sich; misty-eyed, with misty eyesmit verschleiertem Blick
glasses (= misted up)beschlagen; (= opaque)milchig; liquidtrübe; the window is getting mistydas Fenster beschlägt
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

misty

[ˈmɪstɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (day, morning) → brumoso/a, nebbioso/a; (mirror, window) → appannato/a
it's misty today → c'è foschia oggi
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

mist

(mist) noun
a cloud of moisture in the air but very close to the ground, which makes it difficult to see any distance. The hills are covered in thick mist.
ˈmistily adverb
ˈmisty adjective
ˈmistiness noun
mist over/up
to become covered (as if) with mist. The mirror misted over; The windscreen misted up.
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

misty

ضَبَابِيٌّ mlhavý tåget dunstig καταχνιασμένος neblinoso utuinen brumeux maglovit nebbioso もやの立ち込めた 안개가 자욱한 mistig tåket mglisty nebuloso туманный dimmig ที่ปกคลุมด้วยหมอก sisli đầy sương mù 有薄雾的
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References in classic literature ?
I began at once to make my imitations of Ossian, and I dare say they were not windier and mistier than the original.
And with him was a dimmer, mistier specter that she recognized as Billy.
Unearthing my mother's secrets was akin to chasing a two-headed snake in the morning fog: her narrative mistier and lengthier with the years, her story bidirectional and unfurling toward the future while simultaneously stretching toward a forgotten past.
The Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors' Annual Survey (Reetz, Krylowicz, Bershad, Lawrence, & Mistier, 2016) lists students' top presenting concerns as anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, suicidal ideation, self-injury, and alcohol abuse.
And in Debussy, we often need to use much more pedal to create sonorities that are mistier or more blurry than we find in Ravel.
Congress leader Anand Sharma instead sought "account of his mis-performance and betrayal of the people by non delivering on the promises the prime mistier made".
The Island grows smaller, mistier. [The narrative voice again declaims:] "And there's a naughty boy waiting for punishment and an old villager who had the fatal combination of weak heart and bad temper.
This ideology endorses and perpetuates the belief that cisgender identities and expression are to be valued more than transgender identities and expression and creates an inherent system of associated power and privilege" (Lennon & Mistier, 2014 p.
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