The fog closed in.
In addition to a thick fog, there was a heavy swell.
Fog has limited visibility to 100 meters.
I caught cold from exposure to the night fog.
As the sun rose, the fog disappeared.
I hope the fog will go away soon.
Due to the fog, traffic is temporarily suspended.
If you hit a patch of fog, slow down and put your blinkers on.
We had to stop over in San Francisco for two hours due to the fog.
Because of the fog, the airplane has been rerouted to Munich.
The fog won't clear until there's a wind to blow it away.
thick/dense/heavy/freezing fog The accident happened in thick fog.
... researchers lost in thick fog and led them miles...
God created Padania and, realizing the error, created the fog.
English word "sis"(fog) occurs in sets:body language
A mist hung over the river.
The mist prevented him from seeing very far.
The mist from the sea was so thick I couldn’t see anything.
A boat suddenly appeared out of the mist.
As the sun rises, the morning mist gradually fades away.
In looking through the mist, I caught a glimpse of my future.
The rising sun dispelled the mist.
I perceived an object looming through the mist.
The valley was hidden from view in the mist.
Everything was covered in dense mist.
Mist is defined as a large mass of water vapor in the air consisting of fine drops of water, or a fine spray of liquid. An example of a mist is a very light spray from a hose.
On winter mornings, there’s always some mist above the lake.
Simply open them and they will show you the mist.
She put the phone down for a moment, eyes misting over.
The anger that I had built up in me until then evaporated like a mist hit by the sun.