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  • r  in a misty manner
    the summits of the mountains were mistily purple
  • r  in a vague way
    he explained it somewhat mistily

  • Many a writer appears on the literary horizon like a cloud no bigger than a man's hand, swells quickly to mistily gigantic proportions andvanishes like a mist.
  • That afternoon Gruenther mistily watched a "retreat parade" in his honor, then met some 600 friends who gave him a farewell handshake in observance of his 38-year military .
  • The wide Indian countryside is mistily evoked without calling undue attention to itself.

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