Definitions

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  • adj. Not fogged.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ fogged

Examples

  • Joe hoisted his undershirt in front of his unfogged bathroom mirror, with the lights on.

    The Goal by Matthew Licht

  • The unfogged discussion also bears examination (although it eventually devolved into a discussion of whether or not the slanket embodies the unix design philosophy).

    Plush | ATTACKERMAN

  • Their eyes remain quick and keen, unfogged by the experience.

    A Year on the Wing

  • How extraordinary, to view the world through a lens that remains very nearly entirely unfogged by fear!

    Archive 2008-12-21

  • All that's true I told him, and everyone with an unfogged mind knows it.

    The US Now Planning a Fourth Attempt to Oust Hugo Chavez

  • Teams of investigators worked on it while the accidents were fresh, memories unfogged by time.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • By the time my brain had unfogged and I realized they were real rings and not the blurred remnants of some already fading dream I was to late in getting to the phone.

    madrigle Diary Entry

  • As she leaned toward me she unfogged the lighter surface of her mind and let me dig the faintly-leaking concept that she considered me physically attractive.

    The Big Fix

  • That data also contains a record on purchases unfogged by flukes of memory.

    News

  • The fire of his flaming eye enlightened the shepherd, who from that moment had his understanding and his ears all unfogged, and his brain open, like that of a maiden the day after her marriage.

    Droll Stories — Complete Collected from the Abbeys of Touraine

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