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Synonyms for gale

Synonyms for gale

a natural movement or current of air

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After the loud laugh, old Whybarne of Gale Anstey piped feebly, "Well, dirt or no dirt, there's no denyin' Chapin knows a good job when he sees it.
By the way, there's a sore throat at Gale Anstey--"
The gale broke with a shriek of wind like the shriek of a train, and for three days and three nights it held, never varying one point, and never lulling even for a minute.
He began to sing in the high-pitched howl of the magic songs, and the gale went down slowly.
Every farm and every acre is cut up into little square inclosures by stone walls, whose duty it is to protect the growing products from the destructive gales that blow there.
The gale kept on increasing, but it was fitful, swooping down upon us in great gusts and then going almost calm for an instant.
She rested now, frankly and fairly, in the shelter of his arms, and both were oblivious to the gale that rushed past them in quicker and stronger blasts.
Gale said to me, 'I won't take the responsibility on myself any longer; I must have a physician from Edinburgh.
You're in a pretty fix, Dorothy Gale, I can tell you
At night it blew a gale of wind, and heavy squalls from the mountains swept past us.
It was tumultuous and very loud -- made up of the rush of the wind, the crashes of the sea, with that prolonged deep vibration of the air, like the roll of an immense and remote drum beating the charge of the gale.
We were a week working up as far as Yarmouth Roads, and then we got into a gale--the famous October gale of twenty-two years ago.
Fogs, snowstorms, gales thick with clouds and rain - those are the enemies of good Landfalls.
618-640) But if desire for uncomfortable sea-faring seize you; when the Pleiades plunge into the misty sea (33) to escape Orion's rude strength, then truly gales of all kinds rage.
We have already reached a very high latitude; but it is the height of summer, and although not so warm as in England, the southern gales, which blow us speedily towards those shores which I so ardently desire to attain, breathe a degree of renovating warmth which I had not expected.