gust[ guhst ]SEE DEFINITION OF gust
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GUST
He brought in with him a gust of wind that caused the lamp to smoke.
Then in a gust of confidence and gratitude, “I will live all my days for you, Tom!”
He went off like a gust of wind and plunged into the adjoining room.
A gust of wind and sleet rushed through the opening and stung their faces.
Another, a third, and a fourth gust rattled and shook the rickety frame.
A gust of wind drove against the house, and sank as suddenly.
The others insisted, but she shook her head, seized again with a gust of gaiety.
A gust of wind had already clutched them, and carried them away.
Then she turned on me with a gust of fierce impatience which took my breath away.
Davy was reeling about madly, and singing and laughing in gust on gust.