"mizzle" Definition

  1. a frequentative form of MIST in both senses; as applied to weather, it is used by John Gadbury in his _Ephemeris_ in 1695—MISTY and MIZZLING—to come down as mist; while the other sense may be expressed as to fade away like a mist.
  2. to run away, or decamp; to disappear as in a mist. From MIZZLE, a drizzling rain; a Scotch mist. “And then one MIZZLING Michaelmas night, The Count he MIZZLED too.”—_Hood._

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Position in the dictionary: 2181 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: mizzler, moab, mob, mob., mobility, mockered, modest quencher, moey, mofussilite, moisten your chaffer
Previous words in the dictionary: mittens, mitten., mitey, mish, milvader, miller., mill, milky ones, milk, mild

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