KJV Dictionary Definition: mist


MIST, n. L. mixtus, mistus, from misceo, to mix.

1. Water falling in very numerous, but fine and almost imperceptible drops.

A mist is a multitude of small but solid globules, which therefore descend.

2. That which dims or darkens, and obscures or intercepts vision.

His passion cast a mist before his sense.

MIST, v.t. To cloud; to cover with vapor.


MIST'FUL, a. Clouded with mist.