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fog noun

ADJ. dense, heavy, thick | freezing | patchy Drizzle and patchy fog are forecast. | swirling

QUANT. bank, blanket, patch The town was shrouded in a thick blanket of fog.

VERB + FOG be shrouded in

FOG + VERB cover sth, lie, shroud sth A freezing fog lay over the valley. | close in, come down, descend, roll in A dense fog came down in the afternoon. A heavy fog rolled in from the sea. | clear, disperse, lift The fog had lifted by late morning. | drift, swirl fog drifting over the water | obscure sth A bank of fog obscured the farmhouse.

FOG + NOUN patches

PREP. in/into (a/the) ~ We got lost in the fog. | through (a/the) ~ We drove slowly through the fog.