misty : Definition, Usages, News and More

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mi stee

  • s  filled or abounding with fog or mist
  • s  wet with mist
    the misty evening

  • Fantastical Buddhist temples and medieval castles cleave to its misty valleys, and the peopleattired in the country's unique, brightly colored native dress or the burgundy robes .
  • HER dark eyes misty but her soft voice carefully controlled, Cornelia Wallace courageously faced television cameras shortly after the shooting of her husband.
  • Conceived by LeWitt toward the end of his life, they have the look of misty thresholds.
News & Articles


  • Kerri Walsh in Reuters
    I'm so excited to play with Misty again,Walsh said. "I know she's been training on her own and I think we're going to find our rhythm really quickly. I couldn't ask for a better partner for this event, and her decision to play with me...

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