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  • Fogless — Fog less, a. Without fog; clear. Kane. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fogless — adjective Free of fog, either temporarily or permanently It was a bright, fogless morning …   Wiktionary

  • fogless — ˈfȯglə̇s, ˈfäg adjective : marked by the absence of fog the first fogless morning in a week …   Useful english dictionary

  • fogless — adj. without fog …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fogless — fog·less …   English syllables

  • fog — I. noun Etymology: probably back formation from foggy Date: 1544 1. a. vapor condensed to fine particles of water suspended in the lower atmosphere that differs from cloud only in being near the ground b. a fine spray or a foam for firefighting 2 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • fog — fog1 fogless, adj. /fog, fawg/, n., v., fogged, fogging. n. 1. a cloudlike mass or layer of minute water droplets or ice crystals near the surface of the earth, appreciably reducing visibility. Cf. ice fog, mist, smog. 2. any darkened state of… …   Universalium

  • Charlie Bowman — Birth name Charles Thomas Bowman Also known as Fiddlin Charlie Bowman , Fox Hunt Charlie Born July 30, 1889 Gray Station, Tennessee, USA. Died May 20, 1962 …   Wikipedia

  • fog — I. /fɒg / (say fog) noun 1. a cloudlike mass or layer of minute globules of water in the air near the earth s surface; thick mist. 2. any darkened state of the atmosphere, or the diffused substance which causes it. 3. a state of mental confusion… …  

  • fog|less — «FOG lihs, FG », adjective. free from fog: »the starry ocean sky of the fogless night …   Useful english dictionary

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