east wind

NOUN
  1. a wind from the east
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How To Use east wind In A Sentence

  • The sun shone high in the December sky and a cold north-east wind dried the countryside after weeks of rain.
  • The East Wind prevails over the West Wind.
  • It was believed that the east window of the church dated back to the Reformation period.
  • Driven by a penetrating east wind, it drifted until every hollow and depression was filled and the landscape assumed the appearance of a vast white prairie.
  • The east wind carrieth him away, and he departeth: and as a storm hurleth him out of his place. Probably Just One Of Those Funny Coincidences
  • Given the prevailing south-west to north-east winds of the Sudbury summer, Penage is normally upwind, not downwind, from the smokestacks.
  • View the beautiful east window and soak up the sense of history at Carlisle Cathedral, where there are many historical points of interest.
  • A terrific east wind swept away the groups of clouds.
  • Located on the south-east of Hirta, the largest of St Kilda's five islands, even Village Bay can become an inhospitable place when a south-east wind gets up.
  • The 6th day is another non-fly day, because of a strong south-east wind.
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