What is another word for mistily?

35 synonyms found


[ mˈɪstɪlɪ], [ mˈɪstɪlɪ], [ m_ˈɪ_s_t_ɪ_l_ɪ]

Mistily is an adverb used to describe something unclear or obscured by mist. It can be substituted with other words such as hazily, faintly, dimly, vaguely, softly, or indistinctly. These words give the impression of an object out of focus or shrouded in fog, making it difficult to perceive its details. Another word that may be used interchangeably with mistily is obscurely. It implies that the object is hidden from view, perhaps only partially visible or concealed by shadows. These synonyms are especially useful in creative writing to create an atmospheric effect or convey a particular mood.

How to use "Mistily" in context?

Since the dawn of time, people have been pairing words and meanings together in seemingly nonsensical ways. One of the oldest and most colourful examples is mistily, which means both "with a slight shower" and "in a dreamy way." From there, the word has been extended to countless other combinations, some of which are just as nonsensical but just as beautiful. Here are 100 of our favourites.

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