Definition of Mizzling. Meaning of Mizzling. Synonyms of Mizzling

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Definition of Mizzling

Mizzling
Mizzle Miz"zle, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Mizzled; p. pr. & vb. n. Mizzling.] [See Misle, and cf. Mistle.] 1. To rain in very fine drops.

Meaning of Mizzling from wikipedia

- Drizzle is a light precipitation which consists of liquid water drops that are smaller than those of rain – generally smaller than 0.5 mm (0.02 in) in...
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- Blaise Dufala), Blanco (Steven Dufala), Brett Swett (Brett Morris), Les Mizzle (Craig Van Hise), G. Clinton Killingsworth (Sam Henderson), Liz Rywelski...
- (featuring Timbaland) (produced with J-Mizzle) 15. "Won't Be Long" (featuring Timbaland) (produced with J-Mizzle) 17. "Drippin'" 9. "Last Hangover" (featuring...
- word's last pre-vowel consonant while discarding the remaining letters. Mizzle Christmizzle. (Merry Christmas) English Back slang Formed by speaking words...
- recording Johnathan Merritt – ****istant engineer "Metal" – recording "J. Mizzle" – producer Brian Morton – ****istant engineer Josh Mosser – recording, dubbing...
- Odojukan Abel Lead Us Jimohsoundz Ucee 2:56 19. "A1 PERICO" (featuring Mizzle & Nasty C) Tochukwu Anifowoshe Temitayo Michael David Junior Ngcobo Buci...
- mither 1. to complain. 2. to annoy or bother. Used in Northern England. mizzle Decamp. moggy Cat. moke Donkey. monged (out) Severely drunk/high. Derogatory...
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- was a hard rain, a perpetual rain, a sweating and steaming rain; it was a mizzle, a downpour, a fountain, a whipping in the eyes, an undertow at the ankles;...