Examples of misty in a Sentence
enjoyed the misty view of the thunderous falls from the deck of the sightseeing boat
I've a misty understanding of the issue but not so much that I could vote intelligently.
Recent Examples of misty from the Web
Lukas has chosen country and rock, while J. Micah has been, with Particle Kid, somewhere in the misty folk and indie-pop realm of David Bazan and Bon Iver (with a spacy concentration floating in from Brian Eno’s territory).
Director Michael Winterbottom spends much of the time focusing on gorgeous panorama shots of the misty moors of north England between close-up shots of dishes sizzling in the pan.
Stone's adaptation of Dorothy Fields' original book also places the framework of the story as a show within a show, adding a bit of misty nostalgia that allows Lala and her cast to weave its old-fashioned magic effectively.
From misty mountains rising over 10,000 feet high, to tropical forests teaming with bird life to winding coastlines and offshore islands, its terrain offers visitors some of Asia's most stunning landscapes.
Under gray, misty skies in the Gaslamp Quarter Saturday morning, there were joggers, babies in strollers, tourists, homeless people, cops and cows.
Hard to believe, given the slate gray skies and misty Saturday morning conditions.
The turquoise waters, the misty green rice paddies, black sand beaches, and dramatic Buddhist temples all made Indonesia seem like an ideal way to unplug from everything awful going on in the world and renew our spirits.
Showtime’s revival of the cult classic created by Lynch and Mark Frost brought us back to the titular misty mountain lumber town that first captured our imagination 27 years ago this spring at the advent of the alt-culture ’90s.
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First Known Use of misty
before 12th century
MISTY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of misty for English Language Learners
: full of mist
: not clearly seen or remembered
MISTY Defined for Kids
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