Thesaurus / squall
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De ladies dey look in, en Miss Meadows she squall out, 'Ain't dat too much?'

Nights With Uncle RemusJoel Chandler Harris

During the squall, a drunken Dutchman, who like myself was a passenger in the boat, fell into the sea.

The squall passed as swiftly as it had come, and it left Shefford so benumbed he could not hold the bridle.

He has let daylight through some of our canvas too; but, taking it by-and-large, the squall has gone over and little harm done.

We were now to windward of the Snark, and the squall was howling.

Miss Harrington, bring your work indoors and hear me squall.

Trelawny of The "Wells"Arthur W. Pinero

After this squall the sky became obscured by a field of gray cloud through which the sun shone dimly.

The Young America had not been seen since the squall came up; but Paul conjectured that she had run away before it.

Dikes and DitchesOliver Optic

When the squall cleared, the latter found herself ahead of her chase.

Admiral FarragutA. T. Mahan

It's only a New Britain squall—a lot of wind for ten minutes, then a power of rain for another twenty, and then it'll be over.

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