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squally

[skwaw-lee] /ˈskwɔ li/
adjective, squallier, squalliest.
1.
characterized by squalls.
2.
stormy; threatening.
Origin
1710-1720
1710-20; squall1 + -y1
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Examples for squally
  • When they came down the mountain, their feet sunk in the mud and squally rain blew into their faces.
Word Origin and History for squally
adj.

1719, from squall + -y (2).

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