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  • adj. comparative form of foggy: more foggy


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  • Evans-Pritchard describes a somewhat foggier reckoning with this distinction among the Azande:

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • (For even foggier reasons, the character of Henry's daughter Mary, played by singer Megan Steigerwald, has been created for this version, too.)

    Theater review: Folger Theatre's 'Henry VIII'

  • So the situation is a foggier than a lighthouse near the Golden Gate Bridge at dawn in July and headed straight into the wheelhouse of the Supreme Court.

    Will Durst: Flag Raising Robester

  • Her eyes a watery glaze, she is clear about the pickles and horseradish; she is foggier about the baby.

    The Dying Tradition

  • It was completely altered as I saw it in its faded blurriness, looking bigger, foggier and darker.

    Coming Back To Earth As A Dog

  • And thanks to global warming, it's about to get even foggier.

    A Lack of Healthy Boundaries

  • I've seen season 1 countless times, but season 2 only twice and the memories are foggier.

    Archive 2010-07-01

  • As she turned from baby to child, my love for her grew, and my world got smaller, foggier.

    Swimming Pool

  • Some elements are clearer, some even foggier than they were before and my brief thoughts have been less brief than I imagined.

    Society daily 17.11.10

  • The funny thing is, the more I tried to remember the past—specifically the time after your grandfather quit—the foggier my memories became.

    The Multiplying Menace


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