- v make less visible or unclear
- s stupefied by alcoholic drink
a mind befogged with drink
- The Administration's whcle wartime tax policy has been befogged.
- The basic 2-B dispute has been befogged by both sides: by McDonald's charges that the steel industry is out to "bust the union," and by the industry's failure to explain its case .
- The coal atmosphere was thoroughly befogged.