There was not a breath of wind, even to leeward, for the bise had blown itself out of breath.
One evening they were out together when the bise, as the strong northwest wind is called, was blowing.
The mistral and the bise, when they really set to work, are a scourge.
The next morning the frost had set in: I hurried the invalid into the coach, and we turned our backs on the bise.
Besides, the wind is generally blowing—the bise—which does not simplify matters.
The bise blew tempestuously, killing the early almond blossom.