from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The south wind (commonly with a capital, as a proper name): as, “drizzly Auster,” Thomson, Castle of Indolence, 1xxvi. Hence—2. The south.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The south wind.
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- noun The
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At the present day, an _auster_ tenement is a species of copyhold, with all the incidents to that tenure.
And is compared to wind which is hot, whereof is said in the Canticles: Veni auster et perfla hortum meum.
Flora quibus mater præspargens ante viai cuncta coloribus egregiis et odoribus opplet. inde loci sequitur calor aridus et comes una pulverulenta Ceres et etesia flabra aquilonum, inde antumnus adit, graditur simul Eubius Euan, inde aliæ tempestates ventique secuntur, altitonans Volturnus et auster fulmine pollens. tandem bruma nives adfert pigrumque rigorem, prodit hiemps, sequitur crepitans hanc dentibus algor.
I know not why, but that grave and downcast aspect, enlivened only by a few occasional flashes of ponderous clerical wit, the atmosphere depressing as the _plumbeus auster_ of
For those of us who cannot afford this season's latest handbag in these auster times Peacocks, the high street retailer, has come up with the perfect answer.
If this abuse proves to be too rampant, I think auster regulation of the technology would be prudent.
He said the realities of being a soldier is that you often train in auster conditions.
Pairing a rich stroganoff with an auster chenin blanc.
The mono-toned modern style metal inspired interior is friendly yet auster.
Gems during this period were simple in pattern, but nevertheless with vivid and auster stones and were called Arts and Crafts Jewelries.