squally definition by American Heritage Dictionary
adjective squall·i·er, squall·i·est
- Characterized by gusts of wind.
- Informal Marked by commotion or disturbance.
Variant of squall
- a brief, violent windstorm, usually with rain or snow
- Informal trouble or disturbance
Origin: ; from Scandinavian as in Swedish sqval, a sudden shower, downpour: for probably base see squall
to storm briefly; blow a squall