Part of speech:
(Literary) Mist, fog, vapour.
A will o' the wisp, or ignis fatuus.
(Uncountable) Very fine solid particles (smoke, dust) or liquid droplets (moisture) suspended in the air, slightly limiting visibility.
The definition of confusion is a state of bewilderment, misunderstanding or chaos.
To scatter or disperse
Vapor near the earth
To spray the leaves of (a houseplant) with water from a mister
A disagreeable or noxious vapor or odor
A stunned or bewildered condition:
Long and thin; slender:
Not sharp, certain, or precise in thought, feeling, or expression
The definition of bewilderment is a feeling of confusion or lack of understanding.
A measurement in information theory: see Perplexity.
Uncertainty is defined as doubt.
Vapor is a gas or moisture floating in the air.
A fluid, usually white, that dries quickly and is applied to printed matter to cover mistakes.
To make (the eyes or the vision) dim; darken or obscure
To make obscure or muddled; confuse; bewilder
To become cloudy or overcast:
(--- Archaic) To cause to feel embarrassment.
Film is defined as to cover with a thin layer of something or to create a movie.
To grow grass over; cover with grass
To make or become muddy
A visible, thinly spread cloud of interstellar gas and dust. Some nebulae are the remnants of a supernova explosion, others are gravity-induced condensations of the gases in the interstellar medium which in certain cases may become a site for the formation of new stars. The term was formerly used of any hazy, seemingly cloudlike object, including what are now recognized as other galaxies beyond the Milky Way; it is restricted now to actual clouds of gas and dust within our own galaxy. &diamf3; Nebulae are generally classified as bright or dark. Among the bright nebulae are cold clouds that reflect light from nearby stars ( reflection nebulae ) and hot, ionized clouds that glow with their own light ( emission nebulae ). Dark nebulae—cold clouds that absorb the passing light from background stars—are called absorption nebulae .
To diminish the stature of; overshadow or detract from:
The definition of cognizance means the range of what one can observe and understand, or the right to deal with a legal case in the court system.
(Carpentry) Full extent; distance between extreme limits; especially; the distance between the nearest surfaces of two bodies, or the space between walls.
The quality or condition of being clear; clearness
To make plain, manifest, or intelligible; to clear of obscurity; to illustrate the meaning of.
Stunned amazement or utter bewilderment
To obfuscate is to confuse someone, or to obscure the meaning of something.
A vapor, mist, or fume that resembles this.
A heavy soup made from dried split peas or, sometimes, fresh peas
(Internet) To push continuous data (e.g. music) from a server to a client computer while it is being used (played) on the client.
A mixture of smoke and haze
Detachment from one's physical surroundings, as in contemplation or daydreaming.
To darken with or as if with clouds; obscure:
To blur (a surface or an outline)
The partial or total blocking of light of one celestial object by another. An eclipse of the Sun or Moon occurs when the Earth, Moon, and Sun are aligned. &diamf3; In a solar eclipse the Moon comes between the Sun and Earth. During a total solar eclipse the disk of the Moon fully covers that of the Sun, and only the Sun's corona is visible. &diamf3; An annular eclipse occurs when the Moon is farthest in its orbit from the Earth so that its disk does not fully cover that of the Sun, and part of the Sun's photosphere is visible as a ring around the Moon. &diamf3; In a lunar eclipse all or a part of the Moon's disk enters the umbra of the Earth's shadow and is no longer illuminated by the Sun. Lunar eclipses occur only during a full moon, when the Moon is directly opposite the Sun.
To cast a shadow over; darken or obscure.
To cause to be unable to think clearly; confuse:
To make seem dim, as by comparison
(Archaic) To shelter from light or heat
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