- v make less visible or unclear
- s stupefied by alcoholic drink
a mind befogged with drink
- The story of the reprisal missions, on the other hand, has been befogged by mystery.
- And yet this strange little man who brings to mind Peter Sellers more readily than Adolf Hitler Sellers playing one of his brilliantly befogged simpletons occasioned a .
- A week of suggestions and rejections, solutions and resolutions had merely befogged the fundamental issue: until Hindu and Moslem agreed, they could scarcely expect to agree with .