from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A fog produced by wind blowing over fields of ice.
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< P class = MsoNormal style = "MARGIN: 0in 0in 10pt; TEXT-INDENT: 0. 5in; LINE-HEIGHT: normal; TEXT-ALIGN: justify" > The road is still black as pitch beneath swirls of ice-fog.
An ice-fog lay thick above fields where only last autumn corn had grown high beneath camouflage nets; I couldn't see Carlos, but from the mist I could hear the popcorn sound of guns in full-auto mode, interspersed with the more distant noise of enemy fire.
There is some ice-fog in this valley, a thin haze in the air above the creek, and that is always a sign of cold and stagnant air.
Anna stood in the ice-fog trying to remember what it was she was doing, where she'd been going when she'd exited the tent so precipitously.
It might be natural ice-fog, or it might be more hot venting.
Steam and hydrogen flame were torn away in white ice-fog; the flaming heat under the ice there was yanked away toward the Antarctic Ocean before it touched us.