adv.1.With the wind.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He said: "It was a very awkward wind, with down-hill, down-wind shots difficult to judge.
Air quality monitoring, using traditional spot and time-averaged sampling is good at identifying adverse effects by comparing the composition of samples taken from up-wind and down-wind of a well site.
The impact on Shepshed and communities down-wind across the Loughborough area is unacceptable.
Wading down-wind and/or down-tide is good advice, in the event your anchor pulls.
There was not only the cross-wind, but also the down-wind. So the start line of the ball was more difficult.
Dewsbury's Ward and two handicapper Barron carded 39 points with an eagle for Ward on the down-wind 11th and four birdies scored by the pair including a fine one by Barron on the strole 17th into the wind.
The famous 18th hole was playing down-wind which enabled Hanne to reach the green comfortably in two shots and make a great regulation par four under pressure.
"Here, the steep, sunlit side of the dune, called a slip face, indicates the down-wind side of the dune and direction of its migration.
The pilot entered the traffic pattern and was maneuvering on the down-wind leg when he experienced a strong lifting force.
"Probably down-wind we pushed a little bit too hard for wickets.