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adjective misty pronunciation in British English /ˈmɪsti/
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adjectivemisty
comparativemistier
superlativemistiest

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  1. 1
    when it is misty, a mass of small drops of water is in the air close to the ground
    It’ll turn quite misty, with drizzle overnight.
    1. a.
      used about places and times that are misty
      misty moorlands
      a misty October morning
  2. 3
    difficult to see clearly
    A misty figure was coming towards us.
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