chinook wind


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n chinook wind a warm dry wind blowing down the eastern slopes of the Rockies
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In literature:

For twenty-four hours the Chinook wind blew, and in that twenty-four hours the snow was diminished fully a foot in depth.
"Burning Daylight" by Jack London
We have got all the winds there is and the Chinook besides for a change.
"The Major" by Ralph Connor
But the soft look promises warmer weather, and Bob will get ahead if a Chinook wind begins to blow.
"The Girl From Keller's" by Harold Bindloss
The Bines fortune disappeared much as a heavy fall of snow melts under the Chinook wind.
"The Spenders" by Harry Leon Wilson
Chinook wind in the bushes!
"The Log School-House on the Columbia" by Hezekiah Butterworth
The same chinook winds that wafted Bill Ross and his rose-hued romances into town have winged them, and the memory of them, away.
"The Last Spike" by Cy Warman
The chinook wind droned its spring song, and the bare boughs of the tree beside the cabin waved and creaked the time.
"North of Fifty-Three" by Bertrand W. Sinclair
He hadn't realized that this newfound sweetheart of his knew the ways of Chinook winds and snow crusts.
"The Snowshoe Trail" by Edison Marshall
A chinook swept the hills and held for a week, the hot wind melting and packing the drifts and clearing the more exposed slopes free of snow.
"The Yellow Horde" by Hal G. Evarts
I had never seen a chinook wind before, of course, but Tom Carr had told me about them.
"Track's End" by Hayden Carruth

In news:

The meetings were at Lincoln City's Chinook Winds Casino.
Gretchen Wilson plays two concerts at Chinook Winds on October 5th & 6th.
Tickets are on sale now at the Chinook Winds Box Office, online, or by calling 1-888-MAIN-ACT.
You'll find more information about the Gretchen Wilson concert at the Chinook Winds website.