Origin of spoondrift
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How to use spoondrift in a sentence
The spoondrift began to fly so that you could not see the moon, and the wind was enough to choke you if you faced it.The Chequers|James Runciman
And it was cold—oh, it was cold!The pinching cold was like a vise: Spoondrift flew freezing,—fold on foldIt coated them with ice.The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886|Ministry of Education
She dodged occasionally to protect her eyes from the spoondrift which slatted so sharply across the deck and 156 into the cockpit.Wyn's Camping Days|Amy Bell Marlowe
But if we got off about here and went right through those woods yonder, wed reach the Spoondrift bungalow in an hour.
The party from Spoondrift bungalow got back in season to get luncheon; after which they rested and then bathed.