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line squall

n.
A squall or a series of squalls occurring along a narrow band of thunderstorms.
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line squall

n
(Physical Geography) a squall or series of squalls along a cold front
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line′ squall`


n.
a squall advancing along a cold front.
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Noun1.line squall - a squall advancing along a front that forms a definite line
squall - sudden violent winds; often accompanied by precipitation
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