And worst of all, one fears, neither one appeared willing to change course no matter how many storm clouds loomed on the horizon.
Down here, the big-league dreams of the players are still just far-off lights on the horizon.
This, it should be said, gets to a broader point that is important to reiterate whenever elections are on the horizon.
late 14c., orisoun, from Old French orizon (14c., Modern French horizon), earlier orizonte (13c.), from Latin horizontem (nominative horizon), from Greek horizon kyklos "bounding circle," from horizein "bound, limit, divide, separate," from horos "boundary." The h- was restored 17c. in imitation of Latin.