Noun(1) the line at which the sky and Earth appear to meet(2) the range of interest or activity that can be anticipated(3) a specific layer or stratum of soil or subsoil in a vertical cross section of land(4) the great circle on the celestial sphere whose plane passes through the sensible horizon and the center of the Earth
(1) We could see the shadowed outline of the fabled Mitsio Islands on the pink and orange line of the horizon as we ate.(2) His arms spread from his side and swept across the entire visible horizon .(3) He followed the clouds down until his eyes met the horizon , and he counted the numbers of soldiers on each side.(4) The attack on the mere probably refers to the crannog, and the destruction horizon may relate to this event.(5) The sun's edge was already touching the line of the horizon and around it, the sky, the clouds, and the ocean were covered with a beautiful coat of orange.(6) Clearly this verse refers to no more than the visible horizon that the dawn ├ö├ç├┐grasps├ö├ç├û as the sun rises.(7) Most of the time when you look at the sea you either look at the shore line or the horizon .(8) Victor stepped to the front of the lines and watched the horizon .(9) Where do the horizon and the sky meet, where does the ground end and the air begin, can I draw a line and make myself ok, with statistics and exact numbers?(10) It was very high above horizon , and appeared large, but I could not tell its true size or distance.(11) The light rays are bent to produce an image above the horizon , thereby shifting the direction in which the sun appears to set.(12) He looked out to the azure ocean, out to the horizon where sea met sky.(13) Astronomers say the so-called ├ö├ç├┐moon illusion├ö├ç├û means that a full moon close to the horizon appears much larger than when it is high in the sky.(14) the sun rose above the horizon(15) This horizon represents the latest use of the fabric of the Roman city of Corinth that is now recognizable.(16) It will be heading up from the horizon between Canis Major and Puppis in the SW.