Noun(1) a wind from the south
Adjective(1) situated in or oriented toward the south(2) from the south; used especially of wind
Adverb(1) toward the south(2) from the south
(1) One light then moved quickly in a northerly direction while the other three moved quickly in a southerly direction and out of sight.(2) Because of our southerly position in the Caribbean, we in Trinidad have had to deal with an actual hurricane only on rare occasions.(3) Most likely at this time of year is a southerly in which case the competition will be at Suffolk Park near Gaggin Park.(4) Their responsibilities were lightened somewhat by the perfect conditions prevailing, with clear skies, slight seas and a moderate 10-knot southerly .(5) The isolated tower perched on a rock near Ireland's most southerly point, Mizen Head, has many moods and a long interesting history.(6) A southerly on Sunday gave the opportunity for a longer north lake course.(7) As we flew in a southerly direction down the airway from Phoenix, passing Marana, the twilight was fading in the western sky across the desert.(8) Small-stock, particularly the lambs and kids, are vulnerable to these types of near-frost conditions and the chill factor of a southwesterly or southerly breeze.(9) This has brought warm and humid southerly winds, while high above the UK the air is relatively cold.(10) Strong southerly winds forced a number of retirements yesterday, with 18 boats out of the race and seven more seeking shelter along the Australian coast to see if conditions improved.(11) That would explain why boreal plants and animals persist this far south, in some cases isolated from their next most southerly homes.(12) But after a week of glorious weather, in which this sort of sunset action was de rigueur, a nasty southerly blew in on Sunday, scarpering plans the family had had for a big walk in the Tararuas.(13) Local anglers know the best day for good results is when a warm southerly or south westerly wind blows at speeds of about 10-15 miles per hour and with low cloud overhead.(14) You just don't know what it's going to do from one day to the next, so we left Mevagissey in the rain stopping off at the Lizard, the British mainland's most southerly point.(15) A combination of one of the highest tides on record and the strong southerly winds left exposed coastal areas of County Down and the Ards Peninsula facing some of their worst flooding in years.(16) A strong southerly wind is also predicted to blast into Wellington to increase the discomfort of players and spectators.
1. southern ::
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