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  • s  enveloped in fog
    a fogbound fleet
    the fogbound city

  • But as the plane made its descent into a fogbound Springfield airport, it struck a row of trees and somersaulted across an orchard.
  • One of Britain's important secret weapons during World War II was "Fido" (Fog Investigation and Dispersal Operation), a system that cleared fogbound airports.
  • In McGraw-Hill's Business Week, an inquiring headline writer last week achieved a fogbound classic.

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