Thursday , 20 June 2024

Gust meaning

Noun: gust

Pronunciation: (gust)

Gust meaning: A strong current of air or a sudden and brief rush of wind.

Synonyms: blow, blast, air currents.

gust meaning and gust. A strong current of air.

Verb: gust

Gust meaning: blow with bursts of strong wind

Derived forms: gusts, gusted, gusting

Quotations: William Shakespeare – And where two waging fires meet together.They do consume the thing that feeds their fury.Though little fire grows great with little wind,Yet extreme gusts will blow out fire and all.

Paul Dee – We had gusts of winds in the Orange Bowl over 30 miles per hour out of the north, and we began to worry a little bit about the light towers and the fixtures. They had been certified, but we wanted to be sure. There wasn’t any danger.

Greg Chalmers – That one really gave me the impetus into the back nine that I needed. I’m certainly used to this kind of breeze, but it was very difficult because it was gusting in different directions.

George Eliot – There is a great deal of unmapped country within us which would have to be taken into account in an explanation of our gusts and storms.

Benjamin Franklin – He that has neither fools, whores nor beggars among his kindred, is the son of a thunder-gust.

Sample sentences:

  1. It’s hot out here. It’s low humidity, in the single digits. Winds are gusting to 35 to 40 mph.
  2. We threw the grass probably 10 times there and got six different wind gusts. You hope you time it right.
  3. As it goes down the mountain, it’s accelerated. It results in stronger gusts of winds that you normally wouldn’t have if the mountains weren’t there.
  4. The tree was bent almost double by the gust.
  5. Visibility is very poor. With wind gusts at 40 miles per hour, it’s just not safe to have somebody up there working on a power line in a bucket truck.
  6. These gusts will knock you over if you’re not standing with your feet apart. The winds have been described to me as swirling. They’re not just one direction.
  7. As it goes down the mountain, it’s accelerated. It results in stronger gusts of winds that you normally wouldn’t have if the mountains weren’t there.
  8. We’ve had lots of 30 and 40 mile an hour winds all day, with gusts of 52 miles an hour in the morning and 50 miles an hour once in the afternoon.
  9. The girls had to play in the rain for most of the first nine holes and the wind was gusting for the whole day.
  10. Right now we’re using natural borders and roads as barriers. But you can’t get in front of a fire with wind gusts of up to 25 mph, and 15 mph consistently.
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