- weather the storm,
- weather tide,
- weather vane,
- weather window,
Origin of weather-bound
Examples from the Web for weather-bound
At least, some men in the Lipari Islands when weather-bound have foretold what wind was coming and have not been deceived.
Grandma was weather-bound along with her young turkeys in the granary.
I was weather-bound, with the snow already on the ground in Square Island Harbour.A Labrador Doctor|Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
We don't often let ourselves be weather-bound, and I am not going to begin it to-day.Tales of Daring and Danger|George Alfred Henty
Here, greatly to my disgust, we lay the best part of a week, with a number of other weather-bound vessels.Paddy Finn|W. H. G. Kingston