Recent Examples of wind rose from the Web
Jose's winds rose to 125 mph early Friday, making it a Category 3 hurricane.
Irma’s maximum winds rose as high as 175 miles an hour (280 kilometers an hour), the U.S. National Hurricane Center said in an advisory on Tuesday.
The winds rose to 73 miles per hour—hurricane strength—and came across the bay in a straight line, like an invisible tsunami.
Kelly Mariani, one of the family members there, recalled the ominous rattle of rattlesnakes in dry grass as the wind rose.
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Origin and Etymology of wind rose
First Known Use: 1846See Words from the same year
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