I wind up driving into a lagoon of some kind and presumably drowning.
No one knows exactly why 29-year-old Iranian costume design student Mahtab Savoji turned up dead in the Venice lagoon last week.
A one-legged torso wearing only a stiletto-heeled boot was found floating in a Venice lagoon.
But for the secret of the lagoon the papers had to wait, since it had been inviolably kept.
That lagoon presented an excellent place for a cattle-station.
The same idea, though expressed in a more familiar figure, is found in another poem published among The lagoon's Regrets.
Then I knew why Opata smelled of mischief when he had caught snakes in the lagoon.
He was ordered to make chowder out of the big clams that grew in the lagoon.
The shallow water of the lagoon ran into gold-tipped ripples.
The point where she reached it was just above the gorge—the place where the tree stairway led down to the lagoon.
1670s, lagune, earlier laguna (1610s), from French lagune or directly from Italian laguna "pond, lake," from Latin lacuna "pond, hole," from lacus "pond" (see lake (n.1)). Originally in reference to the region of Venice; applied 1769 (by Capt. Cook) to the lake-like stretch of water enclosed in a South Seas atoll. Also cf. -oon.