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arched squall

[ ahrcht-skwawl ]
/ ˈɑrtʃt ˈskwɔl /
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noun Meteorology.
a potentially violent squall in which storm clouds appear as a well-developed arch rising above the horizon: The afternoon’s calm at sea had been ushered in by a treacherous arched squall, which had us scrambling to our sails in a hurry.
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Origin of arched squall

First recorded in 1810–15
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