Definition of Frost mist

1. Noun. Small crystals of ice.

Exact synonyms: Diamond Dust, Frost Snow, Ice Crystal, Ice Needle, Poudrin, Snow Mist
Group relationships: Downfall, Precipitation
Terms within: H2o, Water
Generic synonyms: Crystal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frost Mist

frory
fros
frosh
froshed
froshes
froshing
frosk
frost
frost-blite
frost-bound
frost-weed
frost fish
frost heave
frost heaving
frost itch
frost mist (current term)
frost over
frost snow
frost up
frostberg inverted-three sign
frostbird
frostbirds
frostbit
frostbite
frostbites
frostbiting
frostbitings
frostbitten
frosted
frosted bat

Literary usage of Frost mist

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1. British Farmer's Magazine (1867)
"October 22 : Frost, mist, fog, &c. Nitric acid 0.071. October 28 : Fog and mist— Nitric acid 0.089. October 30: Fog, mist, and little rain— Nitric acid ..."

2. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England by Royal Agricultural Society of England (1856)
"Frost, mist, fog, &c.— Nitric acid O'OTl October 27.—Fog, mist, &c.— Nitric acid 0-071 October 28.—Fog and mist— Nitric acid 0'089 October 30. ..."

3. The Emir of Bokhara and His Country: Journeys and Studies in Bokhara (with a by Ole Olufsen (1911)
"... are common, especially in the Pamir valleys in December and February, and for weeks a dense frost-mist often fills up the valleys up to the fixed height ..."

4. The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Biography, and His Last by Walter Scott (1833)
"The deep frost mist, which had long settled upon the top of the mountains, was now rolling down each rugged ..."

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