Northeasternorth-EES-tərPart of speech: nounOrigin: American English, late 18th century
1a storm or wind blowing from the northeast, especially in New England
Examples of Northeaster in a sentence “Even though the northeaster knocked down a lot of trees in my neighborhood, we didn’t lose power.” “Jane’s flight was delayed because of the northeaster passing over Rhode Island.”

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