Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Misty; drizzly.
“George and I waited long minutes in the mizzly darkness, and finally Sandra reappeared, alone, slogging back up the trail.”
“We had nothing to regret in starting so late, for it was darker, colder, and more mizzly than ever.”
“Louie's face, or hot and rough like Auntie Emmeline's, or wet and mizzly like Auntie Edie's.”
“They had been floating about the dock in that mizzly cold rain for nearly an hour.”
“The scene is obscured by the storm; the thick driving flakes throw a brownish mizzly shade over all things, air, trees, hills, and every avenue the eye has been wont to traverse.”
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