wind sock

NOUN
  1. a truncated cloth cone mounted on a mast; used (e.g., at airports) to show the direction of the wind
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How To Use wind sock In A Sentence

  • This bubble is the heliosphere shaped like a long wind sock as it moves with the Sun through interstellar space.
  • The wind sock was on the northern edge.
  • By the sides of the road, triangular signs warned us presence of wind socks, but those that we saw had been torn to shreds by the Atlantic gale, and so posed no risk to anyone.
  • On the thatched roof above the Plexiglas light bubble and long-dead solar panels is a rainbow wind sock; a sky-blue 1940s truck muralled with latex paint clouds is parked out front amid a patch of lupins, Shasta daisies, Scotch broom, and California poppies. Shampoo Planet
  • That man can read a wind sock quicker, better, than anyone you can imagine.
  • To make a wind sock, bend a wire coat hanger into a circle. Times, Sunday Times
  • To make a wind sock, bend a wire coat hanger into a circle. Times, Sunday Times
  • To make a wind sock, bend a wire coat hanger into a circle. Times, Sunday Times
  • The duodenal wind sock sign has been described as a typical appearance of an intraluminal duodenal diverticulum (1).
  • To make a wind sock, bend a wire coat hanger into a circle. Times, Sunday Times
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