Wednesday, 15 July 2015



1. to move or cause to move freely to and fro
2. (intr.) to move the hand to and fro as a greeting
3. to signal or signify by or as if by waving something
4. (trans.) to direct to move by or as if by waving something
5. to form or be formed into curves, undulations, etc.
6. (trans.) to give a wavy or watered appearance to (silk, etc.)
7. (trans.) to set waves in (the hair)
8. one of a sequence of ridges or undulations that moves across the surface of a body of a liquid - especially the sea - created by the wind or a moving object and gravity
9. any undulation on or at the edge of a surface reminiscent of such a wave
10. anything that suggests the movement of a wave, as by a sudden rise
11. a widespread movement that advances in a body
12. the act or an instance of waving
13. (physics) an oscillation propagated through a medium or space such that energy is periodically interchanged between two kinds of disturbance.
14. (physics) a graphical representation of a wave obtained by plotting the magnitude of the disturbance against time at a particular point in the medium or space; waveform
15. a prolonged spell of some weather condition
16. an undulating curve or series of curves or loose curls in the hair
17. an undulating pattern or finish on a fabric

The sea is long gone
Leaving waves of sand behind

For dry storms

1 comment:

Aeneas said...

Very affecting and effective.