Definition of Mist over

1. Verb. Become covered with mist. "The windshield misted over"

Exact synonyms: Mist
Generic synonyms: Cover, Spread Over
Derivative terms: Mist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mist Over

missuiting
missuits
missummation
missummations
missus
missuses
misswear
misswearing
misswears
misswore
missworn
missy
mist
mist-flower
mist over (current term)
mistag
mistagged
mistagging
mistags
mistakable
mistakably
mistake
mistakeless
mistaken
mistaken identity
mistakenly
mistakenness
mistaker
mistakers

Literary usage of Mist over

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Works of John C. Calhoun by John Caldwell Calhoun, Richard Kenner Crallé (1851)
"... to cast a mist over our system of government, and to confound and lead astray the minds of the community as to a true conception of its real character, ..."

2. Sermons and discourses on several subjects and occasions by Francis Atterbury (1820)
"... have been so far from reaching the end aimed at, the dissipating all doubts and difficulties, that they have cast a mist over many places, ..."

3. A Disquisition on Government by John Caldwell Calhoun (1851)
"... to cast a mist over our system of government, and to confound and lead astray the minds of the community as to a true conception of its real character, ..."

4. The Making of Herbert Hoover by Rose Wilder Lane (1920)
"A gray mist over gray water; that was the edge of Suisun Straits, an arm of San Francisco Bay. Fishermen's huts among the tules; long weed-tangled piers ..."

5. The Path on the Rainbow: An Anthology of Songs and Chants from the Indians by George William Cronyn, Mary Hunter Austin (1918)
"With the far darkness made of the dark cloud over your head, come to us soaring, With the far darkness made of the rain and the mist over your head, ..."

6. A Cyclopædic Dictionary of the Mang'anja Language Spoken in British Central by David Clement Ruffelle Scott (1892)
"... 4, л mist over ONE'S EYES from the sun, the ' sun in one's eyes ' ; also ' heat mist ' ; the mist over the horizon when the grass is burning. ..."

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