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scirocco

[ shuh-rok-oh, suh- ]

noun

, plural sci·roc·cos.


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He wished Home might always wear such a dismal veil of dampness, scirocco, and cloud.

A strong smell of lime, wet earth and damp masonry was blown into Orsino's nostrils by the scirocco wind.

Since Padre Secchi found that the scirocco really brings the sand of the desert with it, I dislike it more than ever.

I like these moist, soft, relaxing climates; even the scirocco doesn't touch me much.

It was not the summer sun that scorched her so, nor the scirocco that made her head so heavy.

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