squall|y


squall|y
squall|y «SKW lee», adjective, squall|i|er, squall|i|est.
1. having many sudden and violent gusts of wind: »

squally weather.

2. blowing in squalls; gusty: »

It was raining again with a squally wind (Arnold Bennett).

3. Informal, Figurative. threatening; troublous.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.