Third-person singular simple present indicative form of squall. (verb)
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Use "squalls" in a sentence
"“Watch out for squalls, is all I can say to you,” was"
"An hour only he remained, and on a fresh horse was gone, while rain squalls rattled upon the windows and the rising wind moaned through the redwoods, the memory of his visit a whiff, sharp and strong, from the wild outer world."
"A month went by, and then, one morning, between two rain squalls, a schooner sailed in through our passage and dropped anchor before the village."