equinoctial storm

  1. a storm of violent winds and rain occurring at or near the time of an equinox and popularly, but erroneously, believed to be physically associated with it.

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How to use equinoctial storm in a sentence

  • But the equinoctial storm would soon be coming, and he was afraid to venture out in rough weather on short rations.

  • In fact, none worthy of note had fallen for two months, except what came during the late equinoctial storm.

    Adle Dubois | Mrs. William T. Savage
  • Lee Murdock said he guessed the equinoctial storm had come, and that if it had thered be no practice for a couple of days.

    The Turner Twins | Ralph Henry Barbour
  • The equinoctial storm seemed to have blown itself out by the next morning.

  • Love is warm, but what warmth is proof against the chilling blasts and pelting rains of the equinoctial storm?