Definition of southwester in English:

southwester

Syllabification: south·west·er
Pronunciation: /ˌsouTHˈwestər
 
/

noun

A wind blowing from the southwest.
More example sentences
  • By last night the wind had dropped to a southwester of about 10 knots.
  • The Durban-based yacht was off Kwelera Point near Gonubie, but the swell, whipped up by a 60 km/h southwester, prevented the rescue boat from coming alongside.
  • About 40 people including the master and the man in charge of the salvage operation remained on board last night when rough seas and a 90 km/h southwester prevented their leaving.

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