- ice-fog «YS FOG, -FG», noun.a fog of ice crystals formed during extremely low temperatures, especially in the Arctic.
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ice fog — noun a dense winter fog containing ice particles • Syn: ↑pogonip • Hypernyms: ↑fog * * * noun : a fog composed of ice particles * * * (esp. in the far north) a fog composed of minute ice crystals that form in the air in extremely cold… … Useful english dictionary
ice fog — A radiation fog consisting of ice crystals, formed under conditions of clear skies, very low temperatures, and little or no wind. The fog may cause a halo. Sometimes called a frost fog … Aviation dictionary
ice fog — (esp. in the far north) a fog composed of minute ice crystals that form in the air in extremely cold temperatures. Also called frozen fog. [1855 60] * * * … Universalium
ice fog — noun Date: 1856 a fog composed of ice particles … New Collegiate Dictionary
ice fog — noun A dense fog that consists of fine particles of ice. Syn: pogonip … Wiktionary
ice fog — Alaska slang A dense, winter fog of suspended ice particles that can sparkle all around you if there s a little sun coming through … English dialects glossary
Ice crystals — small crystalline form of ice including hexagonal columns, hexagonal plates, dendritic crystals, and diamond dust.Temperature and water vapor humidity determine crystalline forms. Ice crystals are responsible for various atmospheric optics… … Wikipedia
Fog — For other uses, see Fog (disambiguation). Part of the Nature series on Weather Calendar seasons Spring … Wikipedia
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
fog — 1. noun we can t set sail in this fog Syn: mist, smog, murk, haze, ice fog; archaic sea smoke; literary brume, fume 2. verb 1) the windshield fogged up his breath fogged the glass Syn: steam up, mist over … Thesaurus of popular words