It was not the summer sun that scorched her so, nor the scirocco that made her head so heavy.
It was warm for the season, almost sultry, as the scirocco was blowing.
Since Padre Secchi found that the scirocco really brings the sand of the desert with it, I dislike it more than ever.
The day was warm and damp, a day of scirocco, frequent at Milan in the early autumn.
A strong smell of lime, wet earth and damp masonry was blown into Orsino's nostrils by the scirocco wind.
To-night, for example, the waning moon will rise late through veils of scirocco.
She continued in great suffering till Friday, when the weather suddenly changed to scirocco, and she at once rallied.
He was himself in the centre, with scirocco on his right and Uluch Ali on his left.
One exchanges complaints upon the subject of the weather, the scirocco, the rain.
Take the mild, soft, relaxing climate—even the scirocco does not touch me.