a part of the Arctic Ocean between W Greenland and E Baffin Island.
The ocean current which sweeps past this cape, and opens the way to the other side of Baffin Bay, is wonderful.
North-Pole Voyages Zachariah Atwell Mudge
The whaling in Baffin Bay shows a sudden falling off and it seems that the number of ships will be greatly reduced.
The Central Eskimo Franz Boas
Still the floes were far heavier than those met with in Baffin Bay, and by no means to be despised.
The Great Frozen Sea Albert Hastings Markham
Captain Irvine was anxious to reach the northern point of Baffin Bay, where whales were said to abound.
Archibald Hughson W.H.G. Kingston
The current continued the wrong way and the floe upon which they were drifting carried them toward Baffin Bay.
The Greater Republic Charles Morris
The voyage of the “Nautilus” was uneventful until she was far to the northward in Baffin Bay.
Among the Esquimaux Edward S. Ellis
The tides along the northern coast of Greenland are due mainly to the large rise-and-fall occurring at the head of Baffin Bay.
The North Pole Robert E. Peary
By daylight—about five o’clock, after a light meal—we were over Baffin Bay.
Tarrano the Conqueror Raymond King Cummings
It’s rather a bad sign, although, of course, there may be a higher temperature in the corresponding latitude in Baffin Bay.
The Dreadnought of the Air Percy F. Westerman
The ships were last seen by civilized men in Baffin Bay, whence they passed from the knowledge of the world.
True Tales of Arctic Heroism in the New World Adolphus W. Greely
part of the Northwest Passage, situated between Baffin Island and Greenland
- Baffin island
a Canadian island in the Arctic Ocean, between Greenland and N Canada. About 1000 miles (1600 km) long; 190,000 sq. mi. (492,000 sq. km). Historical Examples Notes on the mammals of south and central west Baffin Island. American Weasels E. Raymond Hall They crossed on sleds to Baffin Island and in homemade boats to Greenland. […]
to strike the ground with a club in making a stroke. a stroke with a club that unduly lofts the ball.
confusing or generally unintelligible jargon; gobbledegook: an insurance policy written in bafflegab impenetrable to a lay person. noun The pompous and opaque prose style affected by bureaucrats and certain scholars [coined by Milton Smith of the US Department of Commerce, fr standard baffle and slang gab, first attested in January 1952]
to confuse, bewilder, or perplex: He was baffled by the technical language of the instructions. to frustrate or confound; thwart by creating confusion or bewilderment. to check or deflect the movement of (sound, light, fluids, etc.). to equip with a baffle or baffles. Obsolete. to cheat; trick. to struggle ineffectually, as a ship in a […]