Zephyrs

Antonyms of ZEPHYRS

Examples of usage:

  1. My cloud- like skirts floated softly on the zephyrs. "Phemie Frost's Experiences" by Ann S. Stephens
  2. Then, among her train Of Nymphs and Zephyrs, to my view Thy gracious form appear'd anew, Then first, O heavenly Muse, unseen for many a day. "Poetical Works of Akenside" by Mark Akenside
  3. Dr. Johnson has remarked that " there is scarcely any poet of eminence who has not left some testimony of his fondness for the flowers, the zephyrs, and the warblers of the spring." "Flowers from a Persian Garden and Other Papers" by W. A. Clouston
  4. So all motions of the air, in form of hurricanes, lesser winds, or zephyrs; tearing their way through forests, and hills, and through space; or causing gentlest flutter of leaflet. "New and Original Theories of the Great Physical Forces" by Henry Raymond Rogers
  5. The hot sun sometimes blisters the skin and burns the complexion to a rich, nut- brown color, but the air always feels soft and balmy, and usually blows only in gentle zephyrs. "Arizona Sketches" by Joseph A. Munk
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