- a city in southern California to the east of Long Beach
- Mexican general who tried to crush the Texas revolt and who lost battles to Winfield Scott and Zachary Taylor in the Mexican War (1795-1876)
- a strong hot dry wind that blows in winter from the deserts of southern California toward the Pacific Coast
- a city in western El Salvador
How To Use Santa Ana In A Sentence
- The Santa Ana is a foehn wind, Didion explains, that blows over the angels like the hamsin in Israel - a hot wind that rolls dryly from the mountains and brings nausea, illness and ill-temper in its wake.
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- The fierce Santa Ana winds are fueling the flames, driving those fires about 60 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
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- That fire is being fanned by strong Santa Ana winds.
- The already tinder-dry vegetation is further parched by the warm Santa Ana winds which blow in from the desert every year and also fuel any wildfires the moment they break out.
- Among the churches of Seville those worthy of mention are: Santa Ana en Triana, thirteenth-century Gothic, built by order of Alfonso X; S. Andres, which preserves some considerable traces of the mosque it originally was; S. Esteban, with its mudejar door and paintings by The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock
- The Santa Anas, hot off the Mojave, gusted against his face. COLDHEART CANYON
- Sam Houston, pragmatist, had ordered the Alamo and the coeval dust wallow, San Antonio Breixas, abandoned to Santa Ana's army, which Houston correctly foresaw would overrun the small band of defenders. Alamo Rag