Noun(1) a tornado passing over water and picking up a column of water and mist(2) a heavy rain(3) a channel through which water is discharged (especially one used for drainage from the gutters of a roof
(1) The waterspout churned across the river, and I saw waves ten feet high pound the marina when the rope got to within a few hundred feet of it.(2) It created an inverted waterspout that ripped a hole in the roof.(3) When, for example, the ship comes upon a waterspout the ‘width of a tree trunk,’ Mr. Banks is unimpressed.(4) Technically, it was a waterspout , not a tornado.(5) It was actually a waterspout , but I had never seen one before and wasn't too concerned about this destination.(6) This afternoon in Santa Monica, or off the coast of Santa Monica, a waterspout formed over the Pacific Ocean.(7) The boats battled hazards that included monstrous waves, icebergs, and storms - even waterspouts with winds of up to 60 knots.(8) Where there were once waterspouts , now there are dust storms.(9) Huge eddies pulled the waves into massive waterspouts that devoured the flotsam and survivors on the river.(10) Tornadic thunderstorms can also produce waterspouts and downbursts.(11) Two waterspouts churned their way through Biscayne Bay in the Miami area.(12) Marlborough then ploughed out into the stormy Mediterranean and passed the rest of the Task Group, her arrival at the Cyprus training grounds being heralded by a severe electrical storm and waterspouts .
(1) waterspout :: waterspout
1. downpour ::
2. cloudburst ::
3. deluge ::
4. torrent ::
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