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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fog.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Covered with fog; misty; dim; dark.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. obscured by fog
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They left the plates on the table and walked, each holding a sleeping child, into Myra's study, the lights off, the windows fogged from the warmth of their collective breath.
Anyway, I was a bit brain fogged this morning and hungry (protein deprived probably).
HAMMER: Well, I think that also kind of fogged the issue for a lot of people as to what ended up happening.
I looked -- you know, the window is kind of fogged out or greyed out.
It seems like the whole country is kind of fogged in and pretty miserable.
I began researching the pesticides that "fogged" the residential area in Michigan where I had lived.
Funny thing is, this guy is having a great time enjoying his wonderful D3 and the farthest thing from his mind is a "fogged" LCD.
Windows broken seal, broken thermal pane, broken thermal seal, broken window seal, fogged glass, foggy glass, window repair
The downside to this repair is that the window will have a slightly lower insulating value than it had before the glass fogged over, but this will cost much less than replacing the window.
When Elaine stepped out of the shower, the mirror had completely fogged over, and she smiled to herself.