Definition of Southwesters

1. Noun. (plural of southwester) ¹



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Definition of Southwesters

1. southwester [n] - See also: southwester

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Southwesters

southwardly
southwards
southwest
southwest by south
southwest by west
southwester
southwesterly
southwestern
southwestern lip fern
southwestern toad
southwestern united states
southwestern white pine
southwesterner
southwesterners
southwesters (current term)
southwests
southwestward
southwestwardly
southwestwards
soutie
souties
soutpiels
souts
souvenier
souveniers
souvenir
souvenirs
souvlaki
souvlakia

Literary usage of Southwesters

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Report of the Philippine Commission, to the President [January 31, 1900 (1901)
"August, anJ Septeuil>er, it can be possible that the southwesters prevail ... On the other hand, it is a fact that the advance of the southwesters in Manila ..."

2. The Cyclones of the Far East by José Algué (1904)
"But, unfortunately, many sailors have the idea so firmly fixed in their minds that the southwesters are nothing more than monsoons or "collas" that when, ..."

3. Two Years Before the Mast and Twenty-four Years After by Richard Henry Dana (1909)
"At sundown the clothes were all taken down from the rigging—clean and dry—and stowed neatly away in our chests; and our southwesters, thick boots, ..."

4. Two Years Before the Mast: A Personal Narrative of Life at Sea by Richard Henry Dana, Charles Welsh (1907)
"At sundown the clothes were all taken down from the rigging— clean and dry—and stowed neatly away in our chests; and our southwesters, thick boots, ..."

5. Two Years Before the Mast: A Personal Narrative by Richard Henry Dana (1869)
"We had now all got on our "Cape Horn rig,"—-thick boots, southwesters coming down over our neck and ears, thick trousers and jackets, and some with ..."

6. Two Years Before the Mast: A Personal Narrative of Life at Sea by Richard Henry Dana, Charles Welsh (1907)
"At sundown the clothes were all taken down from the rigging— clean and dry—and stowed neatly away in our chests; and our southwesters, thick boots, ..."

7. Two years before the mast: or, A voice from the forecastle by Richard Henry Dana (1854)
"... and our southwesters, thick boots, Guernsey frocks, and other accompaniments of bad weather, put out of the way, we hoped, for the rest of the voyage, ..."

8. Two Years Before the Mast: A Personal Narrative by Richard Henry Dana (1911)
"... and stowed neatly away in our chests; and our southwesters, thick boots, Guernsey frocks, and other accompaniments of bad weather, put out of the way, ..."

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