equinoctial storm

NOUN
  1. a violent rainstorm near the time of an equinox
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How To Use equinoctial storm In A Sentence

  • Outside, the equinoctial storms of mid-September are raging.
  • He finds it hard to forget that until recently all manner of climatic conditions were associated with phases of the moon; that not so very long ago showers of falling-stars were considered "prognostic" of certain kinds of weather; and that the "equinoctial storm" had been accepted as a verity by every one, until the unfeeling hand of statistics banished it from the earth. A History of Science: in Five Volumes. Volume III: Modern development of the physical sciences
  • You know, it's s good thing you're coming at the beginning of the month - that way you won't feel the force of the equinoctial storms
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