sea fret


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sea fret

n
(Physical Geography) a wet mist or haze coming inland from the sea
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As I lived in Redcar, I used to go out a lot socially and often walk home and at night often foggy and heavy sea fret up to Coatham.
Twelve wickets fell on the second day that ended with 21 overs unused after a sea fret rolled in.
THERE was a real sea fret hanging over the impressive Amex Stadium, but this was clearly an encouraging performance from Town.
When you arrive, he'll make a joke about a sea fret coming in to ruin the beautiful view of the horseshoe-shaped bay with golden sand and the clearest of waters.
Martin Harley gave Kakapuka a good front-running ride and, yes, I did back it, along with my mate Danny, watching it from Brighton, where there didn't seem to be any sign of local resident John McCracken, nor of many horses, although the sea fret put in an appearance before doing the decent thing and leaving.
By this point, midway through the afternoon, the sea fret and incessant drizzle had finally dispersed.
Peering through the sea fret on a misty morning, with pace aces Gilligan and Tate roaring in, Parsons counterattacked with a glorious 109, driving brilliantly, to set up a 98-run win.
This distinguished old ground is just 150 yards from the coast and, until noon, the pitch was visited by a sea fret which, at times, blew so thick that the scoreboard was hidden from view.
The chaotic start to the British Flat season took another turn yesterday when Brighton was abandoned owing to sea fret.
A sea fret rolled in after the third race, and I cut my throat with a couple of real X-certificate bets.
Gilbert Wham ENTERTAINMENT: Aside from a coastal sea fret, the North East enjoyed temperatures better than Barcelona and Rome over the Easter weekend