For the hand he held was shaking like some slender-stalked lily in the clutch of the sirocco.
Tramontana and sirocco alternate, and each is more unendurable than the other.
Kalliope, faithful even amid the torment of the sirocco, followed her.
He shivered; then a sirocco of fire followed the void of the wind.
The deep melancholy poured into him by sirocco caused him to do so now.
He had remembered his sensation in the sea that gray morning of sirocco.
It was a magnificent day, very hot but not sultry, free from sirocco.
He remembered the morning of sirocco, his fear, his passion of tears in the boat.
The air was still, heavy, and parched with the breath of the Australasian sirocco.
Owing to the sirocco which blew across the water, the air was cool and sweet.