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The homophones for "failed to find or do something" and "a fog" are mist and missed.

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What is a homophone for failed to find or do something and a fog?

The homophone for missed is mist.


What is theHomophone for failed to do or find something and a fog?

The homophone for "failed to do or find something" is mist.


What is the homophone for failed to find or do something a fog?

The homophone for missed is mist.


What is the homophone or failed to find or do something and a fog?

The homophone for missed is mist.


What is the homophone for fail to find or do something and a fog?

The homophone for "fail to find or do something" is mist, as in a light fog, or fog.


What is a homophone for failed to do something and a fog?

A homophone for "failed to do something" and "a fog" is "mist." These words sound the same but have different meanings.


What is the homophone for a fog?

A fog may also be called a mist, and its homophone is missed


What is homophone fog?

"Homophone fog" is not a commonly known term. Homophones are words that sound alike but have different meanings, while "fog" refers to a weather condition characterized by low-lying cloud cover. It's possible that "homophone fog" could refer to confusion or difficulty distinguishing between homophones in speech or writing.


What is the homophone pair for a fog that you did not get to see?

The homophone pair for "missed mist" is "mist."


What causes a PT cruiser fog lights to remain on?

A failed switch is a common cause.


What is the average height of fog?

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Why are fog lamps turning on on 2001 PT Cruiser when fog light switch is off?

I had the same problem with my 2002 PT a while back. It is caused by something faulty in the turn signal mechanism. After so many uses there is something that wears out, the easiest solution is to find the fuse that powers your fog lights and take it out. That's what I did after getting stuck with a drained battery because the fog lights stayed on all day while I was at work! Hope this helps