a combination of mist or fog and drizzle, occurring frequently in Scotland and parts of England.
a cocktail made by pouring Scotch whisky over finely crushed ice.
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How to use Scotch mist in a sentence
By way of making us feel quite at home, New-York receives us with a dank Scotch mist.America To-day, Observations and Reflections | William Archer
The sight of them brought tears to my eyes and carried me out of the Scotch mist back to dear old Maryland.Richard Carvel, Complete | Winston Churchill
For the last twenty-four hours it had been raining heavily, now the air was moistened by a Scotch mist.Shadows of Flames | Amelie Rives
The calumet—not of peace—was between his lips, and the dense blue clouds were wreathing round him like a Scotch mist.Guy Livingstone; | George A. Lawrence
Though the night was dark and the sky mantled in heavy cloud, the rain was hardly more than a Scotch mist.The Messenger | Elizabeth Robins
British Dictionary definitions for Scotch mist
a heavy wet mist
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