Mist

Mist is a phenomenon caused by small droplets of water suspended in air. It can occur as part of natural weather or volcanic activity, and is common in cold air above warmer water, in exhaled air in the cold, and in a steam room of a sauna. It can also be created artificially with aerosol canisters if the humidity conditions are right. The only di...
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Mist

• (v. t.) To cloud; to cover with mist; to dim. • (v. i.) To rain in very fine drops; as, it mists. • (n.) Visible watery vapor suspended in the atmosphere, at or near the surface of the earth; fog. • (n.) Coarse, watery vapor, floating or falling in visible particles, approaching the form of rain; as, Scotch mist. • (n.) H...
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mist

(from the article `industrial glass`) ...of the fracture. (For instance, a thermal fracture generally produces a large mirror, whereas a mechanical fracture often displays a small ...
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mist

1. Visible watery vapor suspended in the atmosphere, at or near the surface of the earth; fog. ... 2. Coarse, watery vapor, floating or falling in visible particles, approaching the form of rain; as, Scotch mist. ... 3. Hence, anything which dims or darkens, and obscures or intercepts vision. 'His passion cast a mist before his sense. ... <botan...
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mist

noun a thin fog with condensation near the ground
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Mist

[valkyrie] In Norse mythology, Mist (Old Norse `cloud` or mist) is a valkyrie. Mist appears in valkyrie list in the Poetic Edda poem Grímnismál and both of the Nafnaþulur valkyrie lists. No further information is provided about her. Rudolf Simek says that her name, Mist, is likely related to Old Norse mistr, meaning `cloud, mist,` and th...
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Mist

Mist (mĭst) noun [ Anglo-Saxon mist ; akin to D. & Swedish mist , Icelandic mistr , German mist dung, Goth. maíhstus , Anglo-Saxon mīgan to make water, Icelandic mīga , Lithuanian migla mist, Russian mgla , Latin
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Mist

Mist intransitive verb To rain in very fine drops; as, it mists .
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Mist

Mist transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Misted ; present participle & verbal noun Misting .] To cloud; to cover with mist; to dim. Shak.
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mist

A collection of microscopic water droplets suspended in the atmosphere. It does not reduce visibility as much as fog and is often confused with drizzle.
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Mist

A collection of microscopic water droplets suspended in the atmosphere. It does not reduce visibilit
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Mist

A glass packed with crushed ice to which spirits are added, usually straight.
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Mist

A horizontal visibility of more than 200 metres but less than 6 miles caused by water droplets in suspension in the atmosphere.
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Mist

A liquid condensation particulate. NIOSH Definition
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mist

A mass of cool air filled with tiny droplets close to ground level.
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Mist

A photographed anomaly (not seen at time of photo) that appears as a 'blanket' of light. Theory suggests that this is the appearance of a 'ghost' or 'spirit' of the dead. As with other photographed anomalies there is environmental issues that are of concern to the validity of their existence (moisture, reflection, dirty lens, etc.). There has been ...
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Mist

a slight fog caused by condensation of moisture.
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Mist

Consists of microscopic water droplets suspended in the air which produce a thin grayish veil over the landscape. It reduces visibility to a lesser extent than fog.
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Mist

Consists of microscopic water droplets suspended in the air, which produces a thin grayish veil over the landscape. It reduces visibility to a lesser extent than fog. In Australia, it is described as similar to fog, but visibility remains more than a kilometer.
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Mist

Liquid droplets suspended in air. Usually generated by the condensation from the gaseous to the liquid state or by dispersing a liquid through agitation or atomizing.
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mist

Liquid particles 40 to 500 microns in diameter that are formed by condensation of vapor in air.
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Mist

Liquid particles measuring 40 to 500 micrometers (pm), are formed by condensation of vapor. By comparison, fog particles are smaller than 40 micrometers (pm).
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mist

mist: see fog.
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mist

rocio, espray, vaporización
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Mist

Slight impairment of visibility resulting from water droplets suspended in the air.
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