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fogbound

[ fog-bound, fawg- ]
/ ˈfɒgˌbaʊnd, ˈfɔg- /
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adjective Nautical.
unable to sail or navigate because of heavy fog.
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Origin of fogbound

First recorded in 1850–55; fog1 + -bound1
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How to use fogbound in a sentence

  • In the meantime Tad Butler was keeping his lonely vigil on the fogbound plains many miles away.

British Dictionary definitions for fogbound

fogbound
/ (ˈfɒɡˌbaʊnd) /

adjective
prevented from operation by fogthe airport was fogbound
obscured by or enveloped in fogthe skyscraper was fogbound
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