Thesaurus / winds

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

The valley becomes broader, and the ice strip of the Sele-nang winds along the middle.

When the rains and the floods and the winds come, the house will fall down and that will be the end of it.

The King Nobody WantedNorman F. Langford

The father of the winds makes battle with a huge flagroot, and the king of reptiles is shot with a dart.

So—he would never come blowing in with the sweet spring winds.

The Tin SoldierTemple Bailey

The bay is merely an elbow, half the winds blowing in from the open sea.

Ned MyersJames Fenimore Cooper

As he strode forward to welcome the stranger, he absently tore the crumpled sheet of paper to bits and consigned it to the winds.

When 'Bear Cat' Went DryCharles Neville Buck

Instantly, all his powers of reflection flew to the winds, and he thought only upon the desirability of getting help at once.

It was gradually crumbled into sand, which was washed off by the rains or swept away by the winds.

He must be more than a mere man, he can be no other than the mighty God, whom the winds and the sea obey.

The winds were now the maruts, or spirits of the breeze, serving Indra, the sky-god; again they were the great psychopomp himself.

British GoblinsWirt Sikes

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