[foil-bawrn, -bohrn] /ˈfɔɪlˌbɔrn, -ˌboʊrn/
(of a vessel) moving on the water on hydrofoils, with the hull out of the water.
[foild] /fɔɪld/ adjective, Architecture. 1. ornamented with , as a gable, spandrel, or balustrade. [foil] /fɔɪl/ verb (used with object) 1. to prevent the success of; frustrate; balk: Loyal troops foiled his attempt to overthrow the government. 2. to keep (a person) from succeeding in an enterprise, plan, etc. noun 3. Archaic. a defeat; check; […]
- Fog lamp
noun 1. a powerful light for use in foggy conditions, usually positioned low down on the front or rear of a road vehicle
[fog-hawrn, fawg-] /ˈfɒgˌhɔrn, ˈfɔg-/ noun 1. a deep, loud for sounding warning signals in foggy weather, as to ships. 2. a deep, loud voice. /ˈfɒɡˌhɔːn/ noun 1. a mechanical instrument sounded at intervals to serve as a warning to vessels in fog 2. (informal) a loud deep resounding voice n. 1858, from fog (n.1) + […]
noun 1. a low-lying area bordering the Potomac River in Washington, D.C. 2. Informal. the U.S. Department of State, whose office building is located in this area. A nickname for the United States Department of State, whose offices were built in a formerly swampy area of Washington, D.C., known as Foggy Bottom because of vapors […]