I know these seas, sir; and that is a white squall, or I am a Dutchman.
Were not typhoon, white squall, and hurricane His some time playmates?
The last effort of the white squall had been made—its fury was appeased with the sacrifice offered to it.
And as the ship slowly paid off and gathered away the white squall broke upon them.
I was correct in my supposition: she had been upset by what is called a white squall, and in two minutes would be down.
Nothing comes on so rapidly and gives so little time for preparation as does a white squall in the Mediterranean.
As we had been caught in a white squall in the islands, of course I was able to answer.
In the morning a white squall came on, and was succeeded by other squalls of various colours.
Self-control left Harry suddenly, as a ship's sail is whipped from its gaskets in a white squall.
Deeper and deeper the blackness came rushing down upon us, an angry ridge of foam before it—the white squall showing its teeth.