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Misty/foggy/hazy View Visualisation

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Caliginous Search Source: DOST
Misty, murky.

Daggy/Daggie Search Source: SND
Drizzling, moist, misty.

Fozie Search Source: SND
Hazy, foggy, obscured.

Gloggie Search Source: SND
Of the atmosphere: dark and hazy, misty.

Greasy Search Source: SND
Of the sky: misty, hazy, portending rain .

Gummie Search Source: SND
Covered with condensation.

Haary/Haury Search Source: SND
Misty, foggy.

Haskie Search Source: SND
Hazy.

Hum(s)i/Hum(s)y/Ho(o)msi Search Source: SND
Misty, hazy, cloudy.

Immis Search Source: SND
Of the weather or the atmosphere: dark, gloomy, misty.

Loomy Search Source: SND
Hazy, misty.

Mirlie/Mirl(e)y/Merly/Murly Search Source: SND
Indistinct, blurred, hazy.

Misty Search Source: DOST
Misty, clouded by, or consisting of, mist.

Misty Search Source: DOST
Resembling mist, cloudy.

Misty Search Source: DOST
Covered in mist.

Muggry Search Source: SND
Misty, drizzling.

Muski Search Source: SND
Hazy.

Rauk Search Source: SND
Misty, foggy.

Rauky/Rawky/Rauchie/Rauchy Search Source: SND
Foggy, misty.

Roostie/Roosty Search Source: SND
Drizzling, misty.

Roupie/Roopie Search Source: SND
Misty, foggy.

Scaumie Search Source: SND
Misty, hazy.

Scoomy/Skoomi Search Source: SND
Of the sky or clouds: hazy, slightly obscured.

Shuggi(e) Search Source: SND
Misty, drizzly, foggy.

Smoky/Smo(a)kie/Smeikie Search Source: DOST
Misty, vaporous.

Smoor(e)y Search Source: SND
Drizzly, misty.

Smuddy Search Source: SND
Foggy.

Stimmy Search Source: SND
Hazy, foggy.

Urey Search Source: SND
Hazy; multi-coloured, rainbow-like.

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