Definitions

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  • adj. comparative form of misty: more misty

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Examples

  • The tip of the nozzle will remove which gives it a bit of a jet spray which comes out much "mistier".

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  • And with him was a dimmer, mistier specter that she recognized as Billy.

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  • The Stuart family seems to have emerged from the mists of Normandy in the 11th century and then dwelt long in the mistier lands of Scotland as servants of the crown rather than as royalty in waiting.

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  • There is still blue sky overhead, but above the mountains the clouds have thickened to a pile of creamy white, while thinner and mistier clouds drift across and around their peaks.

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  • JCPenney which is the mistier retailer, its sales plunged 12.5 percent.

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  • It's looking a little mistier than it was just a little while ago.

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  • The very air seemed different: mistier, moister, full of curious, spicy scents the nose would not meet anywhere else in the world.

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  • Hope Cordy realizes nobody ever said anything about the pen being mistier than a battle-ax, Lorne thought.

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  • Behind the Shelf the land rose in cliffs and banks, up towards mistier heights lost in a blueshifted glare; and before it the ground fell away towards the Lowland.

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  • Yonder, further away, the mountains tower up in an amphitheatre, ever bluer and mistier; and, at the edge of the horizon, stretches the silver chain of snow-clad summits, beginning with Kazbek and ending with two-peaked Elbruz ...

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