No doubt a traveller, weather-bound like himself at the inn.
We don't often let ourselves be weather-bound, and I am not going to begin it to-day.
Why you might be weather-bound or kept there for a month, and what shall I do then?
The sheltered nook we sought already contained a weather-bound vessel.
The ships were weather-bound successively at Cowes and at Yarmouth, whence were written those melting epistles.
Gradually, as the time wore along, one annoying fact was borne in upon my understanding—that we were weather-bound.
Nor was the society offered by the residents in the hotel, weather-bound like herself, of a specially enlivening description.
Here, greatly to my disgust, we lay the best part of a week, with a number of other weather-bound vessels.
The object of the expedition was to destroy the navy at weather-bound.
I was weather-bound, with the snow already on the ground in Square Island Harbour.