[fog-bound, fawg-] /ˈfɒgˌbaʊnd, ˈfɔg-/
unable to sail or navigate because of heavy .
prevented from operation by fog: the airport was fogbound
obscured by or enveloped in fog: the skyscraper was fogbound
[fog-boh, fawg-] /ˈfɒgˌboʊ, ˈfɔg-/ noun 1. a bow, arc, or circle of white or yellowish hue seen in or against a ; a formed by droplets. /ˈfɒɡˌbəʊ/ noun 1. a faint arc of light sometimes seen in a fog bank Also called seadog, white rainbow fogbow (fôg’bō’) A faint white or yellowish arc-shaped light that […]
noun A drink of liquor taken in the morning [1833+; supposed to protect one against the danger of the morning fog]
[fog-dawg, -dog, fawg] /ˈfɒgˌdɔg, -ˌdɒg, ˈfɔg/ noun 1. a bright spot sometimes seen in a . /ˈfɒɡˌdɒɡ/ noun 1. a whitish spot sometimes seen in fog near the horizon Also called seadog
noun 1. water falling to the ground from trees, especially conifers, that have collected the moisture from fog.