from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A storm or gale blowing from the southeast.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A wind, gale, or storm from the southeast.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A storm, strong wind, or gale coming from the southeast.
- adverb Toward the southeast.
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- noun A strong
windblowing from the southeast
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a strong wind from the southeast
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They are considered vulnerable because loss of their habitat in southeaster Kenya and eastern Tanzania.
He come home light and anchored off the bar, just as a southeaster was a-comin 'on.
Sometimes a "southeaster" blows up from the Japan Current, or Black Stream, as the Japanese call the warm, dark-blue waters that pour out of the China Sea.
And so he was content, with Dede at his side, to watch the procession of the days and seasons from the farm-house perched on the canon-lip; to ride through crisp frosty mornings or under burning summer suns; and to shelter in the big room where blazed the logs in the fireplace he had built, while outside the world shuddered and struggled in the storm-clasp of a southeaster.
Next he attempted the tiny front porch, until a howling southeaster drenched the wheel a night-long.
Tom was the only man who dared run the bar in the dark, and that last time, between nightfall and the dawn, with a southeaster breezing up, he had sailed his schooner in and out again.
Inside another hour there was no doubt that we were in for a southeaster.
He stole a glance at the rattling windows, looked upward at the beamed roof, and listened for a moment to the savage roar of the southeaster as it caught the bungalow in its bellowing jaws.
In six days we had two stiff blows, and, in addition, one proper southwester and one ripsnorting southeaster.
On deck he found the Mary Rogers running off before a howling southeaster.