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- adj. Foggy or misty; wintry.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Foggy; misty.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining or relating to winter; hence, foggy; misty; dull and sunless: as, a brumous climate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. filled or abounding with fog or mist
We slept on two seats in the smoker, and got to Weehawken in the brumous chill of a winter dawn -- still wearing our tie.
As well might such as watch the process of the green, unfolding earth, emerging from the brumous arms of winter, isolate a single day and call it Spring.
She had been even prettier than he had thought her yesterday, on her silver-roan, long-tailed 'palfrey'; and it seemed to him, self-critical in the brumous October gloaming and the outskirts of London, that only his boots had shone throughout their two-hour companionship.
For, in these things of three stages, two may be tolerable, the first clouding of the water with the wine's red fire, or the final resolution of the two into one humane consistence: the intermediate course is, like all times of process, brumous and hesitant.
He spent six months in London, which may or may not account for his brumous colour; and in 1879, when he was thirty years old, he exposed in the Salon of that year his Young Mother, the first of a long series of Maternities.
From this interesting height there are two views: one over the beautiful plains of Lancashire, another towards the brumous mountains of Oxfordshire.
You can hear wild fowl calling far up in the brumous smother which hides the lift.
But nobody has blown away from the matter its brumous encompassment and let in the light upon it It is very simple.
‘palfrey’; and it seemed to him, self-critical in the brumous October gloaming and the outskirts of London, that only his boots had shone throughout their two-hour companionship.
We *depend* on your brave insights and you’ve delivered on what is a brumous and malodorous subject.
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