the foggiest

the foggiest

verb
See also: foggy
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When they're not getting a 10% pay rise it appears some of our elected elite don't have the foggiest about what goes on in the real world.
Call me old-fashioned but I doubt many voters would recognise much of this clap trap or want to associate themselves with it,even if they had the foggiest idea what 'progressive universalist' means.
She and her comrades are put where they are to carry out our bidding, how can they do that if they haven't got the foggiest idea what the council tax paying people of this city want?
And for one walker on the banks of the Forth and Clyde Canal, it looked like he hadn't the foggiest idea where he was going.
an episode behind) and haven't really the foggiest idea what is going on.
LADY GAGA'S GUY VIDEO DOES anyone have the foggiest idea what is going on in it?
No one outside Perthshire has the foggiest idea what's really happening in curling, but it matters not a jot.
While pets might not be able to speak or have the foggiest what's being said to them, they are looked upon as faithful companions whose loyalty and affection is unwavering," Janet Connor, Managing Director for More Than, said.
Ever since they announced their last-minute plans, it's been clear the Government haven't the foggiest what they're doing with S4C; Mr Bebb's latest foray into the debate only confirms their ineptitude.
If God has specific work for me, I haven't the foggiest idea what it might be.
Unfortunately, racing has not the foggiest idea how to solve this conundrum.
Yesterday he said: "I haven't got the foggiest what happened or how I got to Swansea.
The former driving instructor said yesterday: "I haven't got the foggiest what happened or how I got to Swansea.
Mr McCormick says: "December 27, 1952, was the foggiest day of the Century for Liverpool.
Did he have the foggiest idea about how popular Facebook would eventually be?