befog


be·fog

verb \bi-ˈfg, -ˈfäg, bē-\

Definition of BEFOG

transitive verb
1
:  confuse
2
:  fog, obscure

Examples of BEFOG

  1. <the professor's convoluted explanation only befogged the textbook's presentation of this scientific principle>
  2. <the morning murk befogged our view of the harbor>

First Known Use of BEFOG

1601

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