Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling a fog or some aspect of it.

Etymologies

fog +‎ -like (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • But there are no characters - no figures or movement at all other than the manipulating hands, modulating light and occasional drifts of foglike cigarette smoke.

    The city as artifice, created as you watch

  • Before he could get his bearings and pull himself out of the vision — to go where? — there was a foglike swirl and he stood in front of a hide-covered hut, watching helplessly as five rough-garbed soldiers dragged a dark-haired girl from the building.

    The Gauntlet Thrown Chapter Thirty Seven

  • The foglike swirl was so thick that it blocked any view of the big amoeba.

    Delta Anomaly

  • Grady pointed through a glass window to several men in a sealed test chamber that was filled with a foglike haze.

    Golden State

  • He felt foglike terror as he walked down the midway, because pretty soon they would spot him and it would be all over.

    Blaze

  • For more than a hundred vingts above the falls and for a good four vingts below the cataract, the river was ice-free, running rapidly over the rocky shallows, with foglike vapor rising from the water.

    Darkness

  • The ground shivered, and a light and acrid mist drifted from the foglike clouds that had formed over the battle area.

    Colors of Chaos

  • Leyladin glanced toward the Market Square, dark and wreathed in a foglike mist.

    Colors of Chaos

  • We had been suffering from extremities of weather since early spring-heat and drought, and now this foglike emanation.

    Incubus

  • Each of them had been counting the various reports of cloudlike fogs or foglike clouds that had been littering up the case, vagrant data in search of a shelter.

    Incubus

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