- n. common misspelling of nor'easter.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a storm blowing from the northeast; -- a term used especially in the northeastern region of the United States.
- n. a storm blowing from the northeast
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“Link: 9000 in a freaking cold yucky noreaster kinda rain for Obama”
“It was the persistent sense of impending doom, not the noreaster, that made Natalie flee from Cape Cod back to New Jersey in the predawn hours of Monday morning.”
“Plus one of the guys wanted me to keep it as a screensaver definitely not a possibility but will be sent to some noreaster friends.”
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“A fierce noreaster beats up on New England and beyond.”
“HUNTINGTON (voice-over): Roaring in like a lion, the first of March has delivered a late season noreaster, ravaging parts of the Eastern Seabord.”
“A patch of adversity was inevitable for the Boston Bruins as a noreaster hitting the Hub this February and people complaining about the All-Star voting.”
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