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Definition of Squallish
Lexicographical Neighbors of Squallish
Literary usage of Squallish
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Food and Game Fishes: A Popular Account of All the Species Found in by David Starr Jordan, Barton Warren Evermann (1902)
"... 9 cars of fresh halibut, i of Puget Sound salmon, and i of squallish Valley hops," a through fish-train from the Pacific to the Atlantic in 6 days! ..."
2. Australia: With Notes by the Way, on Egypt, Ceylon, Bombay, and the Holy Land by Frederick James Jobson (1862)
"... so we had doldrum weather, showery and squallish, with moist, " muggy" heat. The thermometer ranged, during our voyage, from 70° to 90". ..."
3. History of the Fourth Regiment of South Carolina Volunteers: From the by Jesse Walton Reid (1892)
"That looks a little squallish, don't it? But I have become used to it. I presume there have been ten thousand rounds of cartriges thrown away since we left ..."
4. The British Isles Through an Opera Glass by Charles Maus Taylor (1899)
"Our passage is rather squallish, and some of the passengers are sick. On the boat we make the acquaintance of ..."
5. Mahalinda, Or, The Two Cousins by Nathaniel James Walter Le Cato (1858)
"... it is no use to look sour and squallish, not a pit. I ish interested in this game myself, and 1 am not willing to trust to ..."