Definition of "west wind" []

  • Wind that blows from west to east (noun)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "west wind" in a sentence
  • "With the bright noonday the wind rose again, but now it was a soft west wind that scarcely stirred the trees upon the ridge; the room was flooded with sunshine chequered by the dancing of the leaves outside the window, and white clouds drifted across the sky like harp-strings whereon the wind played its gentle music."
  • "There, with a strong west wind chopping the waters of the bay, he found the other ships of his squadron anchored and coaling."
  • "First the west wind blew Bothwell onto the coast of Norway, and then events so arranged themselves that Bothwell had to submit to an investigation by the Viceroy of Norway, Erik Rosenkrantz, in Bergen, before being permitted to proceed on his journey."