[ US /ˈmɪsti/ ]
[ UK /mˈɪsti/ ]
  1. filled or abounding with fog or mist
    a brumous October morning
  2. wet with mist
    the misty evening
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How To Use misty In A Sentence

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  • We're on a misty riverbank, with lush, flowering trees and towering storybook castles in the background.
  • They have innumerable beautiful, barefoot children, live in low-slung, thatched, whitewashed cottages, and their climate is often cool, damp and misty.
  • We spent a misty day walking through the forests around Forsmark, where the newly fallen snow held the paw prints of lynx and the big M-shaped hoof marks of moose.
  • The cold, misty air felt wonderful on his face.
  • The blood from this young soldier's forehead intersects the salty tears coming from his misty eyes.
  • Her visage set against the wide expanse of the stars like the faded misty memory of a dream.
  • Then she'd meet the reality: a misty white contraption like a strange sauna facility. Times, Sunday Times
  • Suddenly there was a promising smudge on the horizon, which quickly resolved itself into a misty outline familiar from many a Turner painting.
  • Aboard the covered harvest wagons, out of the misty air, we wind our way past fields of broccoli, kale and parsley, and stop in the tomato patch.
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