The Hebrew word for “waterspout,” as used in the book of Psalms, could also be translated as “waterfall.”
One night in the summer of 1749, a waterspout appeared in the Mediterranean Sea just off the coast of Italy.
Summoned to investigate the waterspout, Father Ruder set to work at once.
The officers on the bridge were looking after the waterspout, and very carefully at that.
They say to hit the waterspout in the centre where it joins the other from below will disperse it.
The river suddenly rose in several places, in the form of a waterspout, and came dashing over the crowd.
Look, if there are not a number of dead fish which the waterspout must have sucked up.
The ship was lowered about a hundred feet away from the waterspout.
The rain dripped from his coat; he was deluged, a waterspout.
She dropped her wool and sat on the waterspout, and tried to understand things.