A violent, cold, northeasterly winter wind on the Adriatic Sea.(noun)
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Use "bora" in a sentence
"'bora' ground once obtained, and the smoke from cannibal fires curled slowly upwards to the blue vault of heaven, is heard the cheerful ring of the blacksmith's hammer, the crack of the bullock-whip, as the team moves slowly onward beneath the weight of seven-feet canes, and the measured throb of machinery from the factory, where the crushed plant is yielding up its sweets between the inexorable iron crushers."
"July 21, 2010 at 12:19 pm my “most wanted to see” destinations are: Bora-bora, Indonesia and Greece!"
"And ... .. it would have been better if penn was in bora bora."