missed vs mist

missed mist

Definitions

  • 1) not caught with the senses or the mind
  • 2) Simple past tense and past participle of miss.

Definitions

  • 1) uncountable Water or other liquid finely suspended in air.
  • 2) countable A layer of fine droplets or particles.
  • 3) Fine drops of a liquid, such as water, perfume, or medication, sprayed into the air.
  • 4) Something that dims or conceals.
  • 5) A drink consisting of a liquor served over cracked ice.
  • 6) A suspension of fine drops of a liquid in a gas.
  • 7) Something that produces or gives the impression of dimness or obscurity.
  • 8) A mass of fine droplets of water in the atmosphere near or in contact with the earth.
  • 9) Water vapor condensed on and clouding the appearance of a surface.
  • 10) A haze before the eyes that blurs the vision.
  • 11) (Bot.) a composite plant (Eupatorium cœlestinum), having heart-shaped leaves, and corymbs of lavender-blue flowers. It is found in the Western and Southern United States.
  • 12) Visible watery vapor suspended in the atmosphere, at or near the surface of the earth; fog.
  • 13) Hence, anything which dims or darkens, and obscures or intercepts vision.
  • 14) Coarse, watery vapor, floating or falling in visible particles, approaching the form of rain.
  • 15) a thin fog with condensation near the ground
  • 16) A cloud consisting of an aggregation of a vast number of minute globules of water, and resting upon the ground; fog.
  • 17) Something which dims or darkens and obscures or intercepts physical or intellectual vision like a fog; obscurity.
  • 18) Precipitation consisting of extremely fine droplets of water, much smaller and more closely aggregated than in rain: distinguished from fog in that the droplets are larger and have a perceptible downward motion. In a ship's logbook, abbreviated masculine
  • 19) To cover with a mist.
  • 20) To spray fine droplets on, particularly of water.
  • 21) of the eyes To be covered by tears.
  • 22) To form mist.
  • 23) spray finely or cover with mist
  • 24) make less visible or unclear
  • 25) become covered with mist
  • 26) To moisturize (plants or dry air, for example) with a fine spray of water.
  • 27) To rain in a fine shower.
  • 28) To be or become obscured or blurred by or as if by mist.
  • 29) To conceal or veil with or as if with mist.
  • 30) To rain in very fine drops.
  • 31) To cloud; to cover with mist; to dim.

Examples

  • 1) All he was missing was the goals.
  • 2) We felt they were missing the point.
  • 3) They are also missing out on the joy of birdsong.
  • 4) Wilbraham then missed two simple chances in three minutes midway through the second half.
  • 5) We got together by accident and there has always been something missing.
  • 6) Anything less would be a missed opportunity as we rewrite our role in the world.
  • 7) The incident was missed by match officials but was caught on camera.
  • 8) Nobody misses getting hit, getting punched.
  • 9) If you missed it, take a look at facebook.
  • 10) Yet his first two festivals had far more hits than misses.
  • 11) The only thing that was missing was the goal.
  • 12) Medical equipment and supplies also went missing.
  • 13) Yet investors are in danger of missing the point when it comes to technology.
  • 14) Is it failure if we miss three out of four penalties?
  • 15) We missed umpteen chances but stuck at it and got our reward in the end.
  • 16) Yet one could hang the turnaround on one chance missed and another taken.
  • 17) This is a missed opportunity for general insurers.
  • 18) They dare not miss a match now.
  • 19) Yet when the war came she felt something was missing.
  • 20) The second missed and hit a wall.
  • 21) Which goes to show how spectacularly we have all been missing the point.
  • 22) But we also missed our bicycles.
  • 23) Striker Robinho missed training last night because of a injury to his right thigh.
  • 24) Had a goal harshly disallowed, missed another glaring opportunity but worked tirelessly.

Examples

  • 1) The next few days should be mainly dry, with mist and fog in the morning.
  • 2) As light creeps through, mist descends.
  • 3) Some rarely lose their temper but when they do, the red mist descends and anything can happen.
  • 4) But he rejected suggestions that his red card was down to a lack of discipline or the red mist and blamed it on bad technique.
  • 5) The red mist had descended.
  • 6) It is what you and I would call the red mist.
  • 7) It's instant red mist and you can't help but be affected by it.
  • 8) High pressure is expected to return to southern regions, where calm conditions could bring the return of mist, fog and frost.
  • 9) Nature notes Birds still move about in the mist and fog if these are not too dense, and one can sometimes hear an invisible bird.
  • 10) Back in the mists of time, power dressing was a thing for women who had to appear more masculine to be taken seriously, like stealth camouflage.
  • 11) Not so much a case of red mist as a fog of righteousness.
  • 12) Yet there were times when the red mist would descend.
  • 13) Yet the final result is as clear as sea mist.
  • 14) The origins of this motto are lost in the mists of time.
  • 15) You can spray the oil at most angles in a consistently fine mist.
  • 16) The red mist was followed by a red card.
  • 17) Nights will become cooler with the risk of mist and fog.
  • 18) The red mist descended after such a disappointing result.
  • 19) The sea mist had thinned considerably but the light was going fast.
  • 20) The common names for our wild flowers and trees go back into the mists of time.
  • 21) Seal the look with a fine mist of hairspray.
  • 22) People don't realise how many toxins there are in the spray tanning mist.
  • 23) Give them a quick mist with non-stick spray.
  • 24) As her breath mists the window she tries to get comfy in the cramped space, craving a cosy bed.
  • 25) The incident recalls another sort of blue mist seen in London in Victorian times.
  • 26) They are acting swiftly because the disease spreads in the air via mists and can also be transferred by footwear, dogs paws and bicycle wheels.
  • 27) You can wake up in the morning on a mountain, look down into the valley, and see the mist as the sun rises.
  • 28) Also, a layer of warmer air in the atmosphere has formed an invisible lid that traps the cloud as well as cold air, mist and pollution.
  • 29) But when it came to Genesis 2, 6th verse, _ "But there went up a mist from the earth and watered the whole face of the ground," _ Walter asked, "What is meant by that _mist_, father?"
  • 30) During the course of two days, October 12th and 13th, Bonilla counted almost 450 objects, surrounded in what he described as a mist, passing across the face of the sun.
  • 31) Clairol introduced the "mist Stick," a curling iron, into Germany only to find out that "mist" is slang for manure.
  • 32) Not only had night fallen, but the mist from the marsh had grown heavy, so that the village looked to him like swarm of monstrous fireflies.
  • 33) A Sussex country churchyard in October: the leaves on the trees are turning golden, in the distant Wealden valley autumnal mist is beginning to rise, crows are cawing overhead, sheep are bleating in a nearby field and I am standing in front of the dilapidated grave of one of England's greatest cricketers.
  • 34) That article also references several more articles about nestling predation, predation on birds caught in mist nets, and eating of fish.
  • 35) Is it going to be just as difficult, or more so, once the H1N1 vaccine or mist is ready?
  • 36) ‘The Tuscany hills were shrouded in mist on the morning of departure.’
  • 37) ‘There was mist, cloud cover, and heavy rain, all of which impeded movement.’
  • 38) ‘Early in the morning the mountains are usually sheathed in clouds of mist.’
  • 39) ‘The road carries us over Week's Hill, then Walnut Hill, and across a flat valley, with mist hovering above the fields.’
  • 40) ‘The trail began early that morning before sunrise; with daylight the warm air heated steamy mist above damp soil.’
  • 41) ‘A fine white mist was swirling around the jetty.’
  • 42) ‘A light morning mist covered the ground, twirling and twisting hypnotically.’
  • 43) ‘As she was being retrieved, she saw her lover's body disappear into the thick morning mist.’
  • 44) ‘She trudged on through the thick, swirling mist.’
  • 45) ‘The early morning mist shrouded the motorway as he turned north away from Wellington.’
  • 46) ‘The thick mist shrouded them in a gray haze, making it nearly impossible to see.’
  • 47) ‘A thin cold mist rose from the canal.’
  • 48) ‘Grey mist shrouds the hills and the tops of the pines.’
  • 49) ‘There was a mist in the air mixed with a bit of a drizzle.’
  • 50) ‘The next morning was warm, with a golden mist in the air.’
  • 51) ‘There was a haze on the air, not quite a summer haze nor yet an autumn mist.’
  • 52) ‘At dusk, as darkness is falling, small red or yellow lights are twinkling in the dark-blue autumn mist.’
  • 53) ‘The sun was almost up, and steamy mist rose from the ground.’
  • 54) ‘A cloud of mist rose and spread across the valley, shielding us from sight.’
  • 55) ‘The mountains shrouded in a dawn mist gave a mysterious calm to the bay of Obama.’
  • 56) ‘She gave her wings an occasional flutter to keep the mist from settling on them.’
  • 57) ‘The range office staff were busy rubbing away at the heavy mist that had settled on the jeep's windscreen.’
  • 58) ‘A tiny cloud of mist formed on the window where her hot breath landed.’
  • 59) ‘The fact that he was still with her after the nightmare, being so caring and tender, brought a slight mist of tears to her eyes.’
  • 60) ‘I looked through the mist of tears in my eyes to see Francesca, bent over me.’
  • 61) ‘Cherry smiled at her through a mist of tears and headed out the door quietly.’
  • 62) ‘He felt his lips quivering, and blinked through the mist that had blurred his vision.’
  • 63) ‘He squinted, but her face was obscured, either by the haze or by the mist welling up in his own eyes.’
  • 64) ‘The origin of this controversy sometimes seems lost in the mists of time, but if memory serves, here's the timeline.’
  • 65) ‘Ever since rival villages kicked lumps out of each other as they chased inflated pigs' bladders back in the mists of time, football has been claimed as the people's game, a democracy of dribblers where the best could rise to the top.’
  • 66) ‘Way back in the mists of time, the fact that we could interact with so much of the world (apart from the deep sea and the highest peaks we could get pretty much everywhere) meant that we learnt more about how to use it to our advantage.’
  • 67) ‘His book also provides marvelous ammunition to those who argue that the origins of Dayak ethnicity lie not in the mists of time but with the birth of the modern state in Indonesia - about a century ago.’
  • 68) ‘Y'know, way back in the mists of time, years and years before blogging, a couple of my former professors at Brown had an idea.’
  • 69) ‘But the ancient recipe became lost in the mists of time - until James's great-great-grandson John found it scribbled on a scrap of paper in an old shoebox.’
  • 70) ‘The first ancient cities to emerge from the mists of time will be Athens, Rome, London and Norwich.’
  • 71) ‘Was it so far into the mists of time that there was respect for other people's property and decent family values?’
  • 72) ‘Somewhere back in the mists of time, a volcano erupted and the archipelago of Madeira was formed.’
  • 73) ‘Long ago in the mists of time, there was a leadership battle for the Labour Party.’
  • 74) ‘Almost disappeared in the mists of time is the era when we complained in a civilised manner.’
  • 75) ‘Some of the prizes have been running for many years and the origins of many are lost in the mists of time.’
  • 76) ‘But if done well such a ritual can provide that sense of the embodiment of land and history and people that has characterized the ‘magic’ of royal enthronements back into the mists of time.’
  • 77) ‘The origins of the ancient Olympic games are lost in the mists of time.’
  • 78) ‘I can't remember, and it is now lost in the mists of time.’
  • 79) ‘The point is that the name's history fades into the mists of antiquity.’
  • 80) ‘The origin of palmistry lies shrouded in the mists of antiquity.’
  • 81) ‘Somewhere in the mists of her family history, someone had money.’
  • 82) ‘The origins of the age of criminal capacity are lost in the mists of Scottish legal history.’
  • 83) ‘Our story begins, Dear Reader, far back in the mists of history.’
  • 84) ‘Christine said: ‘It was pouring down and my car had misted up.’’
  • 85) ‘So far that, when I parked in the town square by the fish 'n' chip shop, my spectacles misted up as I got out of my lovely, cold car into a very steamy evening.’
  • 86) ‘She fell 20 feet after her goggles misted up - and she was only saved by soft and deep snow.’
  • 87) ‘In the wet conditions his visor had to be opened slightly so as not to mist up.’
  • 88) ‘An inquest heard his glasses had probably misted up, causing him to veer into a tree stump.’
  • 89) ‘With the air conditioning turned off, everything misted up badly.’
  • 90) ‘The dragon's breath misted up the warped glass window, dampening the gray curtains.’
  • 91) ‘Noticing that his sunglasses were all misted up she yanked them off his face, only to find his eyes wide, wet with tears.’
  • 92) ‘The car seems to mist up easily if two people try and breathe simultaneously.’
  • 93) ‘She glanced around trying not to mist up the glass bubble she inhabited with nervous gulps for air.’
  • 94) ‘A blast of warmth hits me, and my glasses mist over instantly.’
  • 95) ‘I leaned forward, so close to the silvered glass that my breath misted it slightly, partially obscuring my twin's mouth and nose.’
  • 96) ‘His eyes nearly misted over at the vision of his car-bonnet fantasy being flushed down the toilet.’
  • 97) ‘It was torn at the top and Ben's eyes misted over as he realized what it was.’
  • 98) ‘My brother's eyes misted over as he looked at the page.’
  • 99) ‘Harriet eyes misted over with love for her daughters.’
  • 100) ‘Jill's eyes misted over, so she forced herself to look away.’
  • 101) ‘She tightened her hand around his as her eyes misted over.’
  • 102) ‘Her eyes misted over a little and her smile drooped a little.’
  • 103) ‘He ran a hand through his hair and his eyes misted over for a moment.’
  • 104) ‘My eyes misted over a little as I unfolded my legs and walked over to her.’
  • 105) ‘I didn't know why, but I could feel my eyes misting up.’
  • 106) ‘I could feel my eyes misting up, but I told them to stop.’
  • 107) ‘"I-I'm moving," Rachael stuttered, her eyes misting up.’
  • 108) ‘Her eyes widened and suddenly misted with unshed tears.’
  • 109) ‘Lest you think I don't like anything girly, I misted up during the Girlmore Girls last night, and right now I'm watching America's Next Top Model.’
  • 110) ‘With perfect wheels of cheese and crackers before me, I misted up a bit.’
  • 111) ‘I watched on TV as he shook hands with Kim Jong-il, and sentimental bastard that I am, I misted up.’
  • 112) ‘Well, I've noticed that you have misted up on about a half dozen occasions over this past hour.’
  • 113) ‘If my Latin teacher had misted up with the regularity Kline does in this film, we wouldn't have respected him, either.’
  • 114) ‘His eyes seemed to mist up a little before he turned to my sisters.’
  • 115) ‘Either despite the vicious, senseless murder or because of it, viewers cannot help misting up a little as the two thugs make up.’
  • 116) ‘During the first year, mist the plants with water once a week, but after that nature will take over.’
  • 117) ‘Whether you give the tree as a gift or use it to decorate your own home, be sure to mist the flowers and leaves with water every day.’
  • 118) ‘I would labor to rescue them, misting the plant with a green plastic spray bottle every time I passed, a dozen times a day.’
  • 119) ‘The best rule of thumb is to mist plants every few days with distilled water, and only water when the potting medium is nearly dry.’
  • 120) ‘A couple weeks ago, while misting my fern, I glanced out the window and noticed two young men and a young woman taking boxes out of a moving van and walking toward the downstairs entrance of my unit.’
  • 121) ‘Keep their soil moist, but avoid overwatering - and, don't mist the foliage or flowers!’
  • 122) ‘Most homes don't provide enough humidity for Marantas to thrive; misting the plant's leaves is helpful, especially in the summer.’
  • 123) ‘Because of this flexibility, timers can also be used to mist plants, using short cycles that repeat once or several times during the day.’
  • 124) ‘Set your plant inside the pan of water and leave it for at least an hour, or until the basket is saturated, and mist the plants a time or two while they soak.’
  • 125) ‘Curls that have frizzed should be misted with water, spritzed with a styling spray and then scrunched in your hands.’
  • 126) ‘From spring to autumn, give it plenty of water, mist the leaves occasionally and apply a liquid feed once a month.’
  • 127) ‘Using a spray bottle filled with water, lightly mist the fabric wrong side.’
  • 128) ‘Lightly mist them with water and give them some apple slices.’
  • 129) ‘The shock of watering or misting a hot plant can cause foliage burn or leaf drop.’
  • 130) ‘mist the plants every few days during dry conditions.’
  • 131) ‘Then she mists the soil and covers it with wet paper towels.’
  • 132) ‘I took off my giant t-shirt and pressed the button that misted me.’
  • 133) ‘Inoculated seedlings were misted every 20 seconds for 2 days in a mist chamber and then transferred to the greenhouse.’
  • 134) ‘Since indoor air is often low in humidity, misting the leaves on a daily basis will make your hibiscus happy.’
  • 135) ‘When winter comes, you can keep the topiary either by moving it inside, if room permits, or by taking out the ivy and leaving the moss-covered frame outdoors, misting it occasionally.’
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