At the very moment that her doom seemed fixed a light air sprang up, and, with the help of the boats, gave her once more head-way.
One stands at the window, looking, with a light air of challenge, at Paris.
During the prevalence of the light air mentioned, Raoul Yvard did not see fit to stir tack or sheet, as it is termed among seamen.
There was a light air from the southward, and there was not a cloud in the sky.
A light air and a slight tide were making into the passage, and the schooner's progress was slow.
There was but a light air from the southward, insufficient to enable her get under way.
As the sun rose the breeze gradually fell away, and in an hour or so there was only a light air.
The mist had shaken itself and rolled on before a light air that was coming.
As David was thus standing up, holding on to the mast, he felt a light air fan his cheek.
The north wind had ceased—as was usual with the setting of the sun, and a light air arose from the south.