Gust

• (n.) The sense or pleasure of tasting; relish; gusto. • (n.) A sudden violent burst of passion. • (n.) A sudden squall; a violent blast of wind; a sudden and brief rushing or driving of the wind. Snow, and hail, stormy gust and flaw. • (n.) Intellectual taste; fancy. • (n.) Gratification of any kind, particularly that whi...
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Gust

Gust (gust) noun [ Icelandic gustr a cool breeze. Confer Gush .] 1. A sudden squall; a violent blast of wind; a sudden and brief rushing or driving of the wind. « Snow, and hail, stormy gust and flaw.» Milton. 2. A sudden violent burst of pass...
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Gust

Gust noun [ Latin gustus ; confer Italian & Spanish gusto . √46.] 1. The sense or pleasure of tasting; relish; gusto. « An ox will relish the tender flesh of kids with as much gust and appetite.» Jer. Taylor. 2. Gratification of any kind...
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Gust

Gust transitive verb [ Confer Latin gustare , Italian gustare , Spanish gustar . See GUST a relish.] To taste; to have a relish for. [ Obsolete]
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Gust

A brief sudden increase in wind speed. Generally the duration is less than 20 seconds and the fluctuation greater than 10 mph.
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Gust

A brief sudden increase in wind speed. Generally the duration is less than 20 seconds and the fluctuation greater than 10 miles per hour. In Canada, gust is defined as a sudden, brief increase in wind speed that generally lasts less than 20 seconds. In Australia, gust is defined as any sudden increase of wind of short duration, usually a few second...
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gust

A brief sudden increase in wind speed. Generally the duration is less than 20 seconds and the fluctuation greater than 10 mph.
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gust

A brief, sudden increase in wind speed with a fluctuation greater than 10 knots during a period less than 30 seconds.
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gust

A brief, sudden increase in wind speed with a fluctuation greater than 10 knots during a period less than 30 seconds.
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Gust

A sudden local fluctuation in velocity of the wind.
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gust

A sudden significant increase in or rapid fluctuations of wind speed. Peak wind must reach at least 16 knots (18 miles per hour) and the variation between peaks and lulls is at least 10 knots (11.5 miles per hour). The duration is usually less twenty seconds.
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Gust

A sudden significant increase in or rapid fluctuations of wind speed. Peak wind must reach at least
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Gust

A sudden, brief increase in wind speed lasting for at least 20 seconds.
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Gust

Gust is an English name for boys. The meaning is `helper of the gods` The name is very rarely given inthe United States. The name Gust is most commonly given to Flemish boys. What do they use in other countries? Tavin
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gust

gust, gusting, gusted, gustable 1. A sudden powerful, strong blast, or rush of wind. 2. A sudden powerful experience or expression of an emotion. 3. A sudden rush or burst of water, fire, smoke, sound, etc. 4. Etymology: from 1588, possibly a dialectal survival from Old Norse gustr, 'a cold blast of wind', or Old High German gussa, 'flood'; both...
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gust

in meteorology, a sudden increase in wind speed above the average wind speed. It is briefer than a squall and usually lasts 20 seconds or less. Air ... [1 related articles]
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gust

outburst of feeling sudden rain wind fire etc. 
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gust

sudden and brief increase of the wind speed over its mean value NOTE - A gust can be characterized by its rise time, its amplitude and its duration.
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gust

[n] - a strong current of air
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