foreland[ fawr-land, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foreland
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORELAND
He writes from the Foreland on August 25, that the season was too late.
It was the first time the girl had seen him since their arrival at Foreland Farms.
Murtagh Skeel had not come to Foreland Farms, and there was no word from him.
He held her in his arms in the car all the way to Foreland Farms.
Attica, a foreland, extending towards the south-east, and gradually diminishing.
Argolis, on the east side of the peninsula; a foreland opposite to Attica, with which it forms the Sinus Saronicus.
And the youngest, he never was found; and the others was stone dead ashore, nigh on to the Foreland.
It lies in latitude 38 22' S. and four leagues and a half to the north of Gable-end Foreland.
If you please; the wind will probably fail as the sun goes down, and, if so, we may just as well lie off the Foreland to-night.
The sun, though up and brisk already upon sea and foreland, had not found time to rout the shadows skulking in the dingles.