One day during a gale, a "nor'easter," when they could hardly stand alone, they saw a schooner wrecked out on the rocks.
A nor'easter on Herschel never dies in debt to a sou'wester.
For the gray dog, racing like the nor'easter over the sea, had already retrieved the fugitive.
It needed no seaman to prophecy the fate of a boat caught between that rock and a nor'easter.
Breaking his own way through the ice often enough—the boat was built for it they say—and plugging through some of the nor'easters!
But when I woke up at daylight and heard this nor'easter snortin' through the streets I couldn't stand it a mite longer.
Charlie Webster had hinted at a nor'easter—even a hurricane.
It settled into what the cove dwellers called a "nor'easter," and it was not at all pleasant.
They never crossed the Gulf Stream in a nor'easter, and they do not know what is best in all weathers.