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fogbound

[′fäg‚bau̇nd]
(navigation)
Surrounded by fog; the term refers to vessels which are unable to proceed because of the fog.
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The greatest concentration of such land in the London Green belt is in South Essex, a low-lying fogbound belt extending to Tilbury and beyond.
How many timid souls had braved this fogbound strait?
Hers is not the fogbound introspection of the Lowellchild, whose claustrophobic indoor world is full of the absurdities of neurasthenic adults and whose outdoor world is a farm equipped with servants and a Social Register name.
NOBODY saw much of it, not least his 19 rivals, but Chauvinist was a clearcut winner of the pounds 100,000 Ladbroke Hurdle at a fogbound Ascot yesterday.
They'd gotten nowhere on a hunt for fogbound targets in England, but conditions over Calais had been ideal for the observation basket: thick-cloud at 4,000 feet, but the air beneath crystalline.
Gone is the enchanted landscape of the Irish Big House, the fogbound hotel, the futurist school with its ironic Garden.
Social history goes to work on another terrain just as fogbound.
Stuck in a fogbound, damp location, short of food in a place that smelled heavily of fish, the soldiers mutinied in December 1744 and took over the town.
Only the soft clanging of a buoy and the rustle of fogbound oak trees.
The night that British Foreign Secretary Sir Arthur Grey lamented that the lights were going out all over the world as Europe drifted into war, eight time zones to the West, furtive crews of two submarines assembled in fogbound Seattle harbour.
Although at first You nod through nothing like a fogbound prow, Gravel will breed in the margins of your gaze .