a great wave or surge of the sea.
any surging mass:
billows of smoke.
to rise or roll in or like billows; surge.
to swell out, puff up, etc., as by the action of wind:
flags billowing in the breeze.
to make rise, surge, swell, or the like:
A sudden wind billowed the tent alarmingly.
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a large sea wave
a swelling or surging mass, as of smoke or sound
a large atmospheric wave, usually in the lee of a hill
(pl) (poetic) the sea itself
to rise up, swell out, or cause to rise up or swell out
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Also called billy club. a police officer’s club or baton. a heavy wooden stick used as a weapon; cudgel. Scot. Dialect, comrade. Also called billycan [bil-ee-kan] /ˈbɪl iˌkæn/ (Show IPA). Australian. any container in which water may be carried and boiled over a campfire, ranging from a makeshift tin can to a special earthenware kettle; […]
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a novella (1924) by Herman Melville.