Foggy [adjective]

Definition of Foggy:

hazy, obscure

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Sentence/Example of Foggy:

The first anniversary of the helicopter crash that claimed the lives of Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, and seven others arrives Tuesday, and so much has happened since that foggy Sunday morning in Southern California.

One foggy night the Covenant, still in Scotland’s coastal waters, inadvertently runs down a rowboat.

I fill papers, drawers, entire rooms with records, notes, thoughts, while she grows foggier with each passing day.

On foggy streets in south London this week, traffic had thinned, but the sidewalks were still full of schoolchildren.

I splurged on flashlights—one light bulb didn’t seem sufficient for wandering around the foggy forest in the middle of the night.

The morning was wet and foggy, and the Prussians surprised the French and cut them off from the road to Paris.

All at once he remembered his promise, and a cunning loophole dawned in his foggy brain.

The night, I remember, was warmly foggy when after midnight we went to finish our talk at my house.

He could not help but voice that plaint, as he had so many times before during that foggy, nightmare journey.

He jumped out of bed, dressed, tore down the lane through a foggy dawn, and ascended the hill.