from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Immobilized by heavy fog: a fogbound fleet.
- adj. Enveloped or obscured by fog: fogbound cliffs.
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- adj. enveloped in fog to such an extent that movement is dangerous or impossible
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- adj. enveloped in fog
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The first staging of one of O'Neill's works came when an amateur theatre group in Provincetown, Cape Cod put on his 1914 one-acter Bound East For Cardiff, a play set onboard a fogbound vessel in the middle of the Atlantic.
Well beyond Hokkaido, bisected by the 50th parallel, the isles were typically cold, fogbound, and of only marginal interest to American strategists.
The battle of the backlashes has resumed in the fogbound Pennines after the briefest of truces over Christmas.
'The Others' 2001 In this supernatural thriller set in a fogbound mansion on the Isle of Jersey, Nicole Kidman's Grace waits for her soldier husband to come home from World War II.
There are fogbound places and places known locally as "banana belts" maybe a mile away that are usually fresh and sunny.
The most productive places for growing artichokes and brussels sprouts on the Northern California coast are fogbound and cool regions from Castroville to Davenport mostly along Monterey Bay and just north of there.
The Jet Skis were two tiny specks floating in the fogbound sea.
With the sound of a letter being sliced open by an impatient hand, it tore through the crown of the wide-brimmed black hat worn by the victim, a fair-haired scarecrow from some fogbound land who had ridden in, that afternoon, on the Tiflis road.
It's about an 80 minute flight to Kalgoorlie, but when we got here it was fogbound.
Shot on a fogbound set meant to be a nameless European town in the '20s, the movie really pictures Allen's mind momentarily befogged by (gulp!)