(1) a mist rose out of the river(2) The sun was almost up, and steamy mist rose from the ground.(3) During the first year, mist the plants with water once a week, but after that nature will take over.(4) The early morning mist shrouded the motorway as he turned north away from Wellington.(5) She glanced around trying not to mist up the glass bubble she inhabited with nervous gulps for air.(6) The road carries us over Week's Hill, then Walnut Hill, and across a flat valley, with mist hovering above the fields.(7) As she was being retrieved, she saw her lover's body disappear into the thick morning mist .(8) Whether you give the tree as a gift or use it to decorate your own home, be sure to mist the flowers and leaves with water every day.(9) the peaks were shrouded in mist(10) Lightly mist them with water and give them some apple slices.(11) The mountains shrouded in a dawn mist gave a mysterious calm to the bay of Obama.(12) At dusk, as darkness is falling, small red or yellow lights are twinkling in the dark-blue autumn mist .(13) A tiny cloud of mist formed on the window where her hot breath landed.(14) He squinted, but her face was obscured, either by the haze or by the mist welling up in his own eyes.(15) Because of this flexibility, timers can also be used to mist plants, using short cycles that repeat once or several times during the day.(16) There was a haze on the air, not quite a summer haze nor yet an autumn mist .