Clarke had been a Nor'wester before he joined Astor, and was a born fighter, idolized by the Indians.
"Here you, waken up," commanded the Nor'-wester, kicking him and shaking him roughly.
And as if under the electric prick of his tense words the Nor'wester stirred.
"Do—with—him," slowly repeated the Nor'-wester in a low, vibrating voice.
Here comes another with a sou'-wester and a bombazine cloak.
It is only very occasionally in the winter that a nor'-wester blows into it.
A true "sou'-wester" was blowing from the first to the second Monday in that July, without one moment's lull.
That is right, steward, get me my oil-skin and sou'-wester from the cabin.
He reported sighting and chasing the Nor'wester; and Pierre does not lie.
Nor will he have his daughter's son bear a Nor'wester's name.