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The ensuing day the weather was still squally and unsettled.
NARRATIVE OF A SURVEY OF THE INTERTROPICAL AND WESTERN COASTS OF AUSTRALIA] [VOLUME 2 OF 2]PHILLIP PARKER KING
"Looks rather squally in Europe," Courtney observed, as the dice were deciding the privilege of signing the check.
THE COLONEL OF THE RED HUZZARSJOHN REED SCOTT
They said it was squally times in slavery and worse after freedom.
SLAVE NARRATIVES: A FOLK HISTORY OF SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES FROM INTERVIEWS WITH FORMER SLAVESWORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION
Matters look squally ahead, no hay, and grass not an ell high, and growing downwards at that.
JOURNAL OF A TRIP TO CALIFORNIA BY THE OVERLAND ROUTE ACROSS THE PLAINS IN 1850-51E. S. (ELEAZER STILLMAN) INGALLS
I've been a listenin' to you and that lubber that doesn't know a whale's a fish, and it looks squally to me.
BELFORD'S MAGAZINE, VOL. II, NO. 3, FEBRUARY 1889VARIOUS
On the 9th at nine o'clock in the morning the weather became squally and a body of thick black clouds collected in the east.
A VOYAGE TO THE SOUTH SEAWILLIAM BLIGH
From the 1st to 3d of January it was squally, with frequent showers of rain; 4th cloudy, but no rain; 5th rained nearly all day.
EARLY WESTERN TRAVELS 1748-1846, VOLUME XXXJOEL PALMER
She had met with squally weather, and had been obliged to cut away her best bower anchor, but suffered no other damage.
THE VOYAGE OF GOVERNOR PHILLIP TO BOTANY BAYARTHUR PHILLIP
The weather was now very variable, often sultry, at other times squally, with occasional showers.
THE VOYAGE OF GOVERNOR PHILLIP TO BOTANY BAYARTHUR PHILLIP
Scud is a name given by sailors to the lowest clouds; which are mostly observed in squally weather.
THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTIONVARIOUS

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