The wind blew
coldly from the northeast, with occasional flurries of snow, which made them encamp early, on the sheltered banks of a brook.
At the moment he passed through the gateway into the street, the wind blew open the cloak in which he was wrapped, although it was in the month of August, and lifted his hat, which the traveler seized with his hand the moment it had left his head, pulling it eagerly over his eyes.
I recognized him when the wind blew upon his cloak.
But the principal failing occurred in the sailing, And the Bellman, perplexed and distressed, Said he had hoped, at least, when the wind blew
due East, That the ship would not travel due West!
The clouds were wild in the western heaven, and the wind blew
chill from the sea.
A rusty tin eaves-trough had slipped from its fastenings at the back of the house and when the wind blew
it beat against the roof of a small shed, making a dismal drumming noise that sometimes persisted all through the night.
The farmer then understood what his hired hand meant, so he returned to his bed to also sleep while the wind blew
If the wind blew
, however, the windows and doors had to be kept closed and the washing was not put out.
But if the wind blew
toward poorer communities in the south and southeast, or into Mexico, production would be cranked up.
Naresh Chauhan, a doctor, said, "This place is close to the coast and fishermen stay here, so the wind blew
in the morning that they fell sick.
When someone says, "Look what the wind blew
in," to Judson Whitehurst, he pays a little more attention than most people would.