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foggy


  2  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Foggy  \Fog"gy\,  a.  [Compar.  {Foggier};  superl.  {Foggiest}.] 
  [From  4th  {Fog}.] 
  1.  Filled  or  abounding  with  fog,  or  watery  exhalations; 
  misty;  as  a  foggy  atmosphere;  a  foggy  morning.  --Shak. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  foggy 
  adj  1:  stunned  or  confused  and  slow  to  react  (as  from  blows  or 
  drunkenness  or  exhaustion)  [syn:  {dazed},  {groggy},  {logy}, 
  {stuporous}] 
  2:  indistinct  or  hazy  in  outline;  "a  landscape  of  blurred 
  outlines";  "the  trees  were  just  blurry  shapes"  [syn:  {bleary}, 
  {blurred},  {blurry},  {fuzzy},  {hazy},  {muzzy}] 
  3:  filled  or  abounding  with  fog  or  mist;  "a  brumous  October 
  morning"  [syn:  {brumous},  {hazy},  {misty}] 
  4:  obscured  by  fog;  "he  could  barely  see  through  the  fogged 
  window"  [syn:  {fogged}] 




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