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  1. (adj) stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion)
  2. (adj) indistinct or hazy in outline
  3. (adj) filled or abounding with fog or mist
  4. (adj) obscured by fog


  1. Last month, when I visited Mandela in Johannesburg a frailer, foggier Mandela than the one I used to know his first instinct was to spread his arms to my two boys.
  2. Instead, things only got foggier.
  3. People still believe in it: it's just that their concept of exactly what it is has grown foggier, and they hear about it much less frequently from their pastors.


  • USA, Washington: The Students Are Winning

    The ongoing morality play about gay marriage at an area Catholic high school keeps getting foggier. Except for one part that is becoming clear: The student protesters are winning.
    on January 12, 2014     Source: Gayapolis


  1. Marc Mukasey, who was a federal prosecutor in Manhattan until a year ago, said "the line between what's a crime and what isn't is grayer and foggier than it's ever been and therefore juries are demanding more proof and prosecutors are being put to...
    on Dec 3, 2006 By: Michael Mukasey Source: Newsday

  2. Asked if he's saying Pouliot has no shot, Risebrough said, "No, I can notice what he's doing now, but I can't forget what happened last year. It's going to take a lot more good this training camp for my memory to get foggier."
    on Sep 19, 2007 By: Doug Risebrough Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

  3. "It's getting foggier and foggier," Rahal said of the win. "Our car had been fairly good all day, and it came down to Rick Mears, me and Kevin. Kevin did everything he could to keep me behind him but hit the wall, but our car was really good...
    on Apr 4, 2006 By: Bobby Rahal Source: Indianapolis Motor Speedway

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