fogbound


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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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We meet the keeper of a New England cemetery forced to identify errant corpses after Hurricane Irene ("For some people, all we'll find is bones and pieces"), see Charles and his new princess, Diana, attempting to visit a fogbound Newfoundland.
The first week's winning photo was a picture of a girl in a swimsuit jumping in the air with happiness on a fogbound beach.
Hinckley's hopes of regaining lost ground in the National Three Midlands table were dashed by a 20-10 reverse at fogbound Peterborough.
But the party got fogbound in Cork and only one managed to make it to the Scottish village.
Such intensely chromatic works are countered by murky sequencings of fogbound abstract rectangles--an echo of Rothko--as seen, for example, in the quadriptych Returned, Canada Series, 1975.
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?
A fevered dream turned nightmare, the play is as phantasmagoric as later O'Neill is tethered to an (often fogbound) sense of place.
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.