A brief or indirect suggestion; a tip:
(Informal) A suggestion on how to proceed; tip
(Baseball) A pitched ball that is tipped:
A distortion of meaning:
Any whirlwind or hurricane
The definition of a tempest is a violent and windy storm, or an outburst or uproar.
Squall is a sudden and violent wind or a storm that brings rain and wind with it.
A soft murmuring or rustling sound, as of the wind or a gentle surf.
A draft of hot air from an artificial source of heat.
A gust of rain or snow
(Canada, physics, meteorology) The descending, warm, dry wind on the eastern side of the Rocky Mountains. The chinook generally blows from the southwest, but its direction may be modified by topography. When it sets in after a spell of intense cold, the temperature may rise by 20–40°F in 15 minutes due to replacement of a cold air mass with a much warmer air mass in minutes.
A light current of air; wind, esp. a gentle wind
A formal discussion; conference
An explosive noise:
Inarticulate or meaningless talk or sounds.
A mass of blossoms:
The act of fluttering; quick and irregular motion.
A short, sudden burst or gust, as of wind, or an expulsion, as of breath
A light puff or gust of air or wind; breath
A powerful hit, blow, or shot.
Any of various stages in the development of a plan, document, or picture:
To bend; to crook.
To push with the nose
To have a smell.
To drift away from a subject, as in discussion; stray or roam in thought
To wander aimlessly or idly; ramble
To connect by running a thread through; string:
To unite by close connection or intermixture.
To curl, writhe, or spiral:
Hoist is defined as to raise or lift using a rope or a pulley.
To twist and turn
(Ergative) To utter copiously, especially with sounding words; to utter with a deep sound; ""” often with forth, or out.
To enclose, especially in paper, and fasten:
(Intransitive) To move along the path of a spiral or helix.
To move in a sinuous or gliding manner:
To move in a spiral; twist
To move in a winding course
To carry or propel (objects, sounds, odors, etc.) lightly through the air or over water
To give in exchange for something else:
To be stormy; blow violently, rain, snow, etc.
To turn aside (from a course, direction, standard, doctrine, etc.); diverge; digress
To force to submit.
To turn aside or be turned aside from a straight path or established pattern.
To divert or deflect:
To move in a loop:
To twist; turn; tighten
To apply a bandage to.
To record, particularly onto magnetic tape.
(Archaic) To cover, as with a bandage.
To overlay or spread with something:
To bring from an extended to a closed position:
To function; operate:
To introduce or work into gradually, indirectly, and artfully
To penetrate, or cause to penetrate (a region or group) gradually or stealthily, so as to attack or to seize control from within
To put a border or edge on:
To supply with air or expose to the circulation of air.
To inhale and exhale air; breathe.
(Loosely) A windstorm with a violent, whirling movement; tornado or hurricane
The act of taking in breath. Inhalation results from the negative pressure in the lungs caused by contraction of the diaphragm, which causes it to move downwards and to expand the chest cavity. The resulting flow of air into the lungs restores a pressure equal to that of the atmosphere.
The process by which organisms exchange gases, especially oxygen and carbon dioxide, with the environment. In air-breathing vertebrates, respiration takes place in the lungs. In fish and many invertebrates, respiration takes place through the gills. Respiration in green plants occurs during photosynthesis.
To reverse the winding or twisting of:
Straighten is to make something orderly or unwavy.
An unconfirmed report, story, or statement in general circulation
Such talk or rumors
To put into; insert
To remove the wrapping from:
The capacity to breathe, especially in a natural and unlabored manner:
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