Gale said to me, 'I won't take the responsibility on myself any longer; I must have a physician from Edinburgh.
Gale positively swore that the symptoms of the illness were the symptoms of poisoning by arsenic.
At night it blew a gale of wind, and heavy squalls from the mountains swept past us.
The atmosphere, likewise, in this climate, where gale succeeds gale, with rain, hail, and sleet, seems blacker than anywhere else.
There were gullies and ravines, and holes like gravel-pits, cut in ice; lumps and scattered pieces frozen down to the original floor of the floe; blotches of old black ice that had been thrust under the floe in some gale
and heaved up again; roundish boulders of ice; saw-like edges of ice carved by the snow that flies before the wind; and sunken pits where thirty or forty acres lay below the level of the rest of the field.
One single gale
such as now befriends us - let such a tempest whirl forward a balloon for four or five days(these gales
often last longer) and the voyager will be easily borne, in that period, from coast to coast.
A furious gale
attacks him like a personal enemy, tries to grasp his limbs, fastens upon his mind, seeks to rout his very spirit out of him.
We had a strong gale
for a considerable time, and eventually dropped Hooja's fleet so far astern that we could no longer discern them.
The storm exasperated him, the gale
made him furious, and he longed to lash the obstinate sea into obedience.
It was a very anxious case, too, the land being made suddenly, close-to, on a wrong bearing, in thick weather, and during a fresh onshore gale
In shape, the Sleet's crow's-nest is something like a large tierce or pipe; it is open above, however, where it is furnished with a movable side-screen to keep to windward of your head in a hard gale
One or two stiff gales
and the springing of a leak are accidents which experienced navigators scarcely remember to record, and I shall be well content if nothing worse happen to us during our voyage.