fogbound

adjective
fog·​bound | \ ˈfȯg-ˌbau̇nd How to pronounce fogbound (audio) , ˈfäg-\

Definition of fogbound

1 : unable to move because of fog a fogbound ship
2 : covered by fog a fogbound coast

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Dozens of motels dot the hillsides overlooking the bay, and a few, like the Anderson Inn, have rooms right over the water, outfitted with fireplaces for chilly nights and fogbound mornings. Georgeanne Brennan, The Mercury News, "Weekend getaway: Morro Bay adventures, from ocean to table," 15 Sep. 2019

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First Known Use of fogbound

1814, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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fogbound

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of fogbound

: unable to move or travel because of fog
: covered by fog

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