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Bindle's remark was like a shot fired at a waterspout, Mrs. Bindle's wrath burst its bounds and engulfed him.

Mrs. BindleHebert Jenkins

The officers on the bridge were looking after the waterspout, and very carefully at that.

The waterspout, traveling with the speed of an express train, bore down upon me.

Swept Out to SeaW. Bertram Foster

The creek had risen suddenly without warning, probably from a waterspout or heavy rains in the mountains.

She dropped her wool and sat on the waterspout, and tried to understand things.

Idle Ideas in 1905Jerome K. Jerome

"Thet's the closest I ever was to any waterspout," came from Luke, as he wiped his wet brow.

At the Fall of Port ArthurEdward Stratemeyer

On the day following the appearance of the waterspout the weather changed.

At the Fall of Port ArthurEdward Stratemeyer

Look, if there are not a number of dead fish which the waterspout must have sucked up.

Picked up at SeaJ.C. Hutcheson

The river suddenly rose in several places, in the form of a waterspout, and came dashing over the crowd.

Uncle Joe's StoriesEdward Hugessen Knatchbull-Hugesson, First Baron Brabourne

Into the waterspout they flew, all six with their torpedoes still attached, and down into the ocean they fell, broken and sinking.

The Image and the LikenessJohn Scott Campbell

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