fogbank


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fogbank

[′fäg‚baŋk]
(meteorology)
A fairly well-defined mass of fog observed in the distance, most commonly at sea.
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Erwin Roodhart for the utterly believable fogbank and the striking production design of Peter Greenaway regular Ben van Os.
But in June of 1987 the fogbank that would roll in and settle over his career was nowhere on the horizon.
His insistence that the witches circle Macbeth on the heath, then mirror that movement in the cauldron scene, may be useful in stimulating staging ideas, but to suggest that this piece of blocking will illumine the play's dark recesses demurs the discussion into the sort of intellectual fogbank in which overly academic productions are usually lost.
After 32 years behind a concrete fogbank known as the Embarcadero Freeway, San Francisco's downtown shoreline is becoming visible again.
As Keith and I neared the top of the mountain, a fogbank closed around us like a glove.