Part of speech:
Water vapor condensed on and clouding the appearance of a surface.
A mist of cooling water vapor.
The act of condensing, as the reduction of a gas to a liquid or the abridgment of a piece of writing
Fog that has become polluted with smoke and particulates, especially from burning coal.
An exhaling or being exhaled; expiration or evaporation
The air inhaled and exhaled in respiration:
A large mass of water vapor condensed to fine particles, at or just above the earth's surface; thick, obscuring mist
The speed control of a gasoline engine. Used with the:
(Uncountable) Very fine solid particles (smoke, dust) or liquid droplets (moisture) suspended in the air, slightly limiting visibility.
Tending to violence; explosive:
The colorless, odorless, tasteless mixture of gases that surrounds the Earth. Air consists of about 78 percent nitrogen and 21 percent oxygen, with the remaining part made up mainly of argon, carbon dioxide, neon, helium, methane, and krypton in decreasing order of volume. Air also contains varying amounts of water vapor, particulate matter such as dust and soot, and chemical pollutants.
A visible body of very fine water droplets or ice particles suspended in the atmosphere at altitudes ranging up to several miles above sea level. Clouds are formed when air that contains water vapor cools below the dew point.
Something moist, fresh, pure, or renewing:
A byproduct or residue; waste.
A strong or acrid odor.
The amount of water vapor in the atmosphere, usually expressed as either absolute humidity or relative humidity.
A poisonous atmosphere formerly thought to rise from swamps and putrid matter and cause disease.
That which moistens or makes damp or wet; exuding fluid;liquid in small quantity.
A rain cloud, especially a low dark layer of clouds such as a nimbostratus.
A wrenching or upheaval, as by a storm
A strong, unpleasant smell; stench
To cause to change directly from a solid to a gas, or from a gas to a solid, without becoming a liquid
The change of a liquid into a vapor at a temperature below the boiling point. Evaporation takes place at the surface of a liquid, where molecules with the highest kinetic energy are able to escape. When this happens, the average kinetic energy of the liquid is lowered, and its temperature decreases.
A vapor, mist, or fume that resembles this.
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