Definition of squally in English:

squally

Syllabification: squal·ly
Pronunciation: /ˈskwôlē
 
/

adjective (squallier, squalliest)

(Of weather) characterized by squalls: squally showers
More example sentences
  • And we've had some wind gusts and squally weather here but nothing has been damaged.
  • Thunderstorms will be more frequent than in April accompanied by hail and violent squally winds.
  • Forecasters predict the winds will ease later today and the heavy rains will turn into squally showers.
Synonyms
stormy, gusty, gusting, blustery, blustering, windy, blowy; wild, tempestuous, rough

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