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The gardeners had been mowing, and there was still the smell of fresh-cut grass—the thundery air kept all scents close to earth.
THE FORSYTE SAGA, VOLUME III.JOHN GALSWORTHY
It was a brooding, thundery day, sultry and threatening—the 17th of July, according to the calendar.
RED CAP TALESSAMUEL RUTHERFORD CROCKETT
Not one of the six maidens ever remembered a home-coming over-clouded as was Judge Fell's on that thundery afternoon of late July.
A BOOK OF QUAKER SAINTSLUCY VIOLET HODGKIN
We have already had hot and thundery weather, but it has now become cool again.
THE LIFE OF GEORGE BORROWCLEMENT K. SHORTER
Cold—dampy-cold—dry cold; warm—close-warm—breezy warm; hot, thundery hot, scorching.
A HOUSEFUL OF GIRLSMRS. GEORGE DE HORNE VAIZEY
As it was, the air was thundery and ominous through all the solemn days of the Holy Week.
THE PERPETUAL CURATEMRS [MARGARET] OLIPHANT
Talking and talking of love and love; but when trouble is coming, no better than a churn of sour cream on a thundery day.
THE MANXMANHALL CAINE
I'm afraid, such a thundery day was not the best in the world for the doctor to see her.
NORTH AND SOUTHELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
His voice but not his words came to the sergeant in a rolling, thundery mutter.
OLD JUDGE PRIESTIRVIN S. COBB
Late in the light of a thundery evening we drove into the town of Spoleto.
THE STORY OF PERUGIAMARGARET SYMONDS

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