Definition of Tebbad

1. a sandstorm [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tebbad

teazed
teazel
teazeled
teazeling
teazelled
teazelling
teazels
teazer
teazers
teazes
teazing
teazle
teazled
teazles
teazling
tebbad (current term)
tebbads
tebi-
tebibit
tebibyte
tebibytes
tebuconazole
tebufenozide
tebutam
tebutate
tec
tech
tech-nomad
tech-nomads
tech-savvy

Literary usage of Tebbad

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1. Travels in Central Asia: Being the Account of a Journey from Teheran Across by Ármin Vámbéry (1865)
"But, let alone the tebbad, the oppressive heat by day had already left ... It was one of the three brothers * tebbad, a Persian word signifying fever wind. ..."

2. The Wonder Book of the Atmosphere by Edwin James Houston (1907)
"country by a name meaning "The Place Where Men Perish," a variety of Simoon known as the tebbad occurs. The following vivid description of this wind is ..."

3. The Wonder Book of the Atmosphere by Edwin James Houston (1907)
"country by a name meaning "The Place Where Men Perish," a variety of Simoon known as the tebbad occurs. The following vivid description of this wind is ..."

4. The Aerial World: A Popular Account of the Phenomena and Life of the Atmosphere by Georg Hartwig (1875)
"Our poor camels, more experienced than ourselves, had already recognised the approach of the tebbad (as this wind is called), and, after raising terrible ..."

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