windstorm

[ UK /wˈɪndstɔːm/ ]
[ US /ˈwɪndˌstɔɹm/ ]
NOUN
  1. a storm consisting of violent winds
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How To Use windstorm In A Sentence

  • It is clear from historical documents and radial growth chronologies that the logging and windstorms that created stands of Castanea dentata and Betula, also released shade tolerant Tsuga canadensis into the canopy.
  • I drove home with the windows down, the AC blasting, and a knot in my gut the windstorm in the car couldn't blow away. THE HUNDREDTH MAN
  • He enjoys the experience of being in the center of the windstorm for it is the only calm part of the tempest.
  • Egypt: periodic droughts; frequent earthquakes, flash floods, landslides, volcanic activity; hot, driving windstorm called khamsin occurs in spring; dust storms, sandstorms The 2001 CIA World Factbook
  • The largest dominant position of windstorm image sound depends on channel.
  • Extreme precipitation events have increased by up to 4 per cent at high and mid-latitudes during the second half of the twentieth century, and more rainstorms, floods, and windstorms are forecast.
  • Ice storms occur in southern Canada and in the United States each year and, with a return time of 20-100 years, ice storms are more frequent than fires or windstorms in the deciduous forests of eastern Canada.
  • The real treasure, though, is the aforementioned "Windstorm," a percolating summer concoction with a hooklike gull's cry. Album review: School of Seven Bells, "Disconnect From Desire"
  • While all natural disasters can bring destruction to an area, windstorms typically produce the most damage.
  • There is no cause for concern,[sentence dictionary] for the windstorm was not too serious.
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