northwest wind

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

  • Early on, northwest winds brought in a mix of sunshine and scattered wintry showers. Times, Sunday Times
  • The northwest wind will spring up this evening.
  • Wind conditions, the year leading wind direction, prevailing southeasterly winds in summer, winter prevailing northwest wind.
  • The northwest wind is blowing.
  • A northwest wind is blowing.
  • The northwest wind is blowing.
  • With any luck at all, they could sail their fleet of ten little splintered and gouged boats right to the mouth of Back's Great Fish River, pause at the mouth to rerig for river running, and — with only the slightest help from northwest winds and men at the oars — head briskly upstream. The Terror
  • Summer is not good, poor even when I did not have to drink the northwest wind ... ...
  • Autumn, willow to show people his great mind wide. In winter, the cold northwest wind in the staunchly upright, covered with white snow to give it the Silver Art.
  • As a blustery northwest wind rose, so did the scores. Times, Sunday Times
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