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cold wave definitions

WordNet (r) 3.0 (2005)

n
1: a wave of unusually cold weather

Merriam Webster's

noun Date: 1876 1. an unusually large and rapid drop in temperature over a short period of time (as 24 hours) 2. a permanent wave set by a chemical preparation without the use of heat

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

Cold wave Cold" wave" (Meteor.) In the terminology of the United States Weather Bureau, an unusual fall in temperature, to or below the freezing point, exceeding 16[deg] in twenty-four hours or 20[deg] in thirty-six hours, independent of the diurnal range.

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Afro, bitter weather, bleak weather, coif, coiffure, cold snap, cold weather, conk, depth of winter, freeze, freezing weather, frost, haircut, hairdo, hairstyle, hard winter, headdress, home permanent, natural, permanent, permanent wave, process, raw weather, snap, subzero weather, wave, winter, wintry weather, wintry wind, zero weather



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