black fog

black fog

A fog containing a large amount of soot, as may occur over large industrial cities.
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The Levante offers additional features such as front and rear underbody protection and black fog light rings.
A dangerous black fog looms outside the village, but its inhabitants are kept safe by an ingenious machine known as the dam.
FEELING lower than ever, Caolan Doherty thought the only way out of the black fog of depression that had descended on his world was to take his own life.
Over the next few weeks counselling, group therapy and antidepressants, helped me emerge from the black fog of my depression.
This causes a combination of particles and ground level ozone to build up, creating a yellowish or black fog which can cause respiratory problems when breathed in.
Water beating against rocks becomes "like an aquatic symphony," and words that threaten to separate Jess and her love interest, Grant, "are left hanging between [them] like a black fog.
But at the same time, I see black fog covering Iraq's sky," he said, adding that the main problem is the disagreement between people of different sects in Iraq.
Ever since the traumatic event that resulted in the death of his best friend, he has been beset by a plethora of issues that make any kind of social interactions a living nightmare: panic attacks, debilitating flashbacks, and depression that descends like a black fog on stormy days.
THE depression that really troubled me last week was not the Atlantic one that caused a storm surge over Newcastle Quayside, but the personal one imprisoning me in a black fog of self-centred gloom.
iii A comet's tail fissures the air of the upper earth, Volcanoes grumble in the belly of stones, Black fog climbs up the valley of a river, A seaport seizures On the waters and great rocks.
Ciara Neno, from Weston-super-Mare, said: "A black fog came down and an Iceland truck in front of us literally disappeared.