line storm


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line storm

n.
A violent storm or a series of storms of rain and wind believed to take place during the equinoxes.
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Noun1.line storm - a violent rainstorm near the time of an equinoxline storm - a violent rainstorm near the time of an equinox
rainstorm - a storm with rain
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Caption: LEFT: "The Line Storm," an oil-on-panel piece by John Steuart Curry in 1935, depicts the fury of what we now commonly call a "squall" line.