Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mist.(verb)
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Use "mists" in a sentence
"The third movement's off-stage posthorn was heard as though through mountain mists, setting up an aura in which Katarina Karnéus's mezzo soprano was perfectly focused, while the women's voices of the BBC National Chorus of Wales – together with the boys of Gloucester, Hereford and Worcester cathedral choirs – rang out with bell-like precision."
"Mr. Bhaer had infinite patience with him, and kept on in spite of the apparent hopelessness of the task, not caring for book lessons, but trying gently to clear away the mists from the darkened mind, and give it back intelligence enough to make the boy less a burden and an affliction."
"The gloom of the past seem to lift from their minds, like the mists from the hills after sunrise."