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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of befog.
- adj. obscured with fog, murky
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. confused and vague; used especially of thinking.
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- adj. stupefied by alcoholic drink
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"Recent financial market turmoil and the never-ending euro-zone sovereign debt crisis have befogged the outlook for the German economy," said Carsten Brzeski , an economist with ING in Brussels.
The rest of the year, when we're emailing and texting and Words-With-Friending, and we're befogged by clashing inputs, we don't have the attention span or patience to watch commercials unfold.
"Recent financial market turmoil and the never-ending euro-zone sovereign-debt crisis have befogged the outlook for the German economy," said Carsten Brzeski , an economist with ING Bank in Brussels.
In the befogged recesses of her brain has arisen a fleeting memory that she was once a girl.
Something about the way she looked at him befogged his mind.
Just in case my brain-befogged state rendered the rules less than perfectly clear, what YA author Phoebe Kitanidis and I are inviting the Author!
Feels more like a dream, & somewhere in the back of my befogged mind, I understand that this is good—that I have, at the very least, some defense mechanisms still left in place.
The husband arrived about an hour later, so befogged with grief that he attempted to revive his wife with artificial respiration.
John, on the tube you exhibit that befogged glaze of incomprehension, just like Ronnie when robotic charm failed him.
It's a comfortable, urban, messianic liberalism befogged by psychiatric pharmaceuticals.