from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An instrument for ascertaining the velocity and force of wind; an anemometer. See anemometer.
- n. An apparatus or contrivance for measuring or indicating the amount of the pressure of the wind in the wind-chest of an organ.
- n. Milit., a graduated attachment to the sights of a firearm or cannon by which allowance can be made, in aiming, for the effect of the wind upon the projectile.
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The storm signal, set by the Weather Bureau, was torn to shreds and the wind-gage hurled into the sky as it registered eighty-two miles an hour.
Naval tactics consisted solely in getting the wind-gage for archery purposes.
 "The water in Dr Lind's wind-gage was depressed 8-10ths of an inch at times."
 "In the midst of this heavy gale, I tried Dr Lind's wind-gage, and the water in it was depressed by the force of the wind 45/100 of an inch."
Obamy woke up this morning with an Epiphany: "Gee, I'm not in Chicago anymore … 'Chell, turn up the thermostat and check the wind-gage, I got president'n to do!"