You will when the wind steadies; it's squally just now, and she feels it, for she has no keel.
The night was squally, and he thought it wiser to take a larger circuit than before.
The next night was black and squally, with occasional showers of rain.
None would make a rate for me against the damage I might do on a squally day.
The morning was squally, and the sea rolled boisterously ...