Now at this time the land breeze and the sea breeze were married, and they had a child which was a bamboo.
We sailed at daybreak, and had the land breeze to take us out of the harbour.
And by the help of a land breeze we succeeded in gaining an offing.
"Let us get under weigh with the land breeze this evening," said he.
The land breeze had not risen, and the dust lay harmless on road and hedge.
After sunset there was a land breeze, and we sailed a little to the south-east.
But, having got clear, we coasted along New Ireland in order to get the land breeze.
Hayston decided to take advantage of the land breeze, and so get away to South harbour at once, as we had business to do there.
When the wind during the day was light and from seaward, a land breeze generally came off at night, occasionally with rain.
The land breeze lasted long enough to bring them by Santa Cruz, and their ship drifted along all day between Raza and the main.
The breeze that blows from the land toward the sea after sunset. The land cools more quickly than the ocean, cooling the air above it. The warmer air above the water continues to rise, and cooler air from over the land replaces it, creating a breeze. (Compare sea breeze.)