What is the opposite of fog?

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Noun
Opposite of an obscuration of the lower atmosphere, typically caused by fine suspended particles
Noun
Opposite of a state or cause of perplexity or confusion
Noun
Opposite of an obscuration of the lower atmosphere, typically caused by fine suspended particles
Noun
Opposite of a somewhat unconscious state of mind
“I woke up refreshed and in a state of clarity.”
Noun
Opposite of a state of being mentally dazed
Noun
Opposite of dated form of virulence
Noun
(rare) Opposite of the state or quality of being confused or puzzled
Noun
Opposite of the state or condition of being rancorous
Noun
Opposite of a heavy, musty, and unpleasant atmosphere, usually in a poorly-ventilated area
Noun
Opposite of a visible mass of water droplets suspended in the air
“We found a location close to the middle of the camp where you could see a clearing in the sky where one of us hoped to find a constellation.”
Noun
Opposite of the state of being bewildered or unclear in one's mind about something
“In practical terms, newly arrived trainees should be provided with clarification of their roles, and a clear description of what is expected of them.”
Noun
Opposite of a visible suspension of carbon or other particles in air, typically one emitted from a burning substance
“There is a constant serenity in the atmosphere and an admirable clearness in the sky.”
Verb
Opposite of to become covered with or as if with fog
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Opposite of to make, or cause to be, blur or dim
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Opposite of to cause to be bewildered or puzzled
Verb
Opposite of to confuse or confound with something surprising or shocking
“Perhaps someone out there could enlighten me with regard to the following situation that my 17-year-old son finds himself in.”
Verb
Opposite of to make, or become, visually indistinct
“Mirrors that change their shape on the ground adaptively, correct for the turbulence in the atmosphere, and can sharpen our view of the stars in the sky.”
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Opposite of to confuse or obscure
“He poses a question in terms that allow me to clarify the change marking this moment at all levels of cultural production.”
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Opposite of to physically make unclear or less visible
“The news anchor would throw over to the announcer to reveal the winner of the first prize.”
Verb
Opposite of become covered with condensation
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