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Answer for the clue "Cold Adriatic wind", 4 letters:
bora

Alternative clues for the word bora

When repeated, one of the Society Islands

When repeated, an idyllic place

When repeated, an island NW of Tahiti

When repeated, a South Seas getaway

Adriatic wind

When doubled, a 19-Across

When repeated, a Polynesian island

Tora ___ (Afghan area)

When doubled, island near Tahiti

When doubled, a South Pacific isle

When repeated, a Pacific tourist destination

When repeated, a Polynesian getaway

When doubled, a South Seas island

When doubled, a Polynesian island

A cold, violent wind

Frigid Adriatic wind

Australian aborigines' rite

When doubled, a Pacific island

Cold wind of the Adriatic

Dry, cold wind

Cold, dry wind

Violent Adriatic wind

Fierce Adriatic wind

Cold wind

When repeated, part of French Polynesia

Word definitions for bora in dictionaries

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 alt. A initiation ceremony for males among the Aborigines of New South Wales. n. A initiation ceremony for males among the Aborigines of New South Wales. Etymology 2 n. A cold, often dry, northeasterly wind which blows, sometimes in violent...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
The Bora (, , , , , , , , , ) is a northern to north-eastern katabatic wind in the Adriatic , Croatia , Montenegro , Italy , Bulgaria , Greece , Slovenia , Poland , Russia ( Novorossiysk ) and Turkey . The same root is found in the name of the Greek mythological...

Usage examples of bora.

Since he was fourteen, Bora could tell the weight and balance of a stone by tossing it thrice in either hand.

Even if Bora passed him going down, he would be well-placed to cut off retreat.

It was the same emerald demon-light that had drawn Bora into the valley.

Has it struck you, Bora, that you are blessedly lucky to be alive and sane?

She knelt gracefully before Bora, contriving to let her robe fall away from her neck and throat.

By the time the second cup was half-empty, Bora had done more than tell his story.

At any moment Bora expected to see the snowcap melt and waft away into the night as green-hued steam.

Ivram and Maryam were the two people in the whole village to whom Bora could admit that he was frightened.

He lengthened his stride, until for all his youth and strength Bora had to strain to keep pace with him.

The little girl began squalling again as she was handed over, but Bora took no heed.

For a moment Bora would gladly have sold his whole family for a spell of invisibility.

I am sure Bora has sent messengers on foot or on lesser horses than Windmaster to all he thinks in danger.

Captain Qonan could hardly be more than five or six years older than Bora, and his accent showed him no Turanian.

His lips curled in a smile that to Bora seemed better suited to the face of a demon.

Then he cast a less friendly look at Bora, which suddenly dissolved into a grin.