Frozen in time and The sea has no fences.

  • la grive solitaire

    Senior Member
    United States, English
    Hello guest, and welcome to the WR Forums! It would be easier for us to answer if you could first provide a bit of context for these expressions. :)

    Kelly B

    Senior Member
    USA English
    Frozen in time means unchanged over a long period: an Amish town, perhaps, where religious beliefs do not permit them to take up the modern conveniences of American life. (They still drive horse-drawn carts and make their furniture with hand tools).

    Sorry, I'm not certain about the second.


    Senior Member
    Hello guest 1010!!

    Since I‘ve never heard the "the sea has no fences" as a coined phrase, I googled it. In the only site I found, the phrase appears under "metaphors". check it out In this case, I don't think that the meaning is too complicated, isn't it?

    saludos :)
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