southeaster

noun
south·​east·​er | \ sau̇th-ˈē-stər, sau̇-ˈē-\

Definition of southeaster

1 : a strong southeast wind
2 : a storm with southeast winds

First Known Use of southeaster

1753, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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southeaster

noun

English Language Learners Definition of southeaster

: a strong wind that blows from the southeast

: a storm with winds that blow from the southeast

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