Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
The third day the wind fell calm, and it was pretty hot.
An instant later, the bushes fell calm as though nothing had happened.
They might go a-fishing if the evening fell calm.
It had fallen calm about half an hour before, but the sea, as viewed from the launch, was an awe-inspiring sight.
The travellers succeeded in making fast to a tree, and, the wind having fallen calm toward evening, they remained quietly at anchor.
"Don't," Robyn said quietly, and for the first time in this particular world, she fell calm, somehow in control.
The sea fell calm and oily.
The high wind blew from the north-west for twenty-four hours, when it fell calm, and in the night sprang up from the south-west.
If it falls calm this afternoon ..." Ramage took out his watch and looked astern.
The Duke William drifted, according to Girard, "till it fell calm, and as [it] went down her decks blew up.
It had fallen calm, however, in the night, and as I sat at breakfast I blushed to remember that I had not yet been on the Downs.
Then, for nearly four hours, the balloon shifted about with no improvement in the outlook, after which the wind fell calm, and the balloon remained motionless at 2,000 feet above the sea.
We had rounded a point of the reef and coasted for some distance in a northwesterly direction, when it fell calm for a few moments and the wind chopped around to east.
It suddenly fell calm, and our voyagers were left to the mercy of the current, close by the isles, where no sounding could be found with a line of a hundred and eighty fathoms.
continued Sir Percy, his pleasant voice falling calm and mellow on the younger man's supersensitive consciousness: "That of branding you, Marguerite's brother, as a liar and a cheat?"
Sometimes, when it fell calm, he tried sweeping, for the Nutmeg, though much bigger than most vessels that resorted to these massive great oars, was not too proud to win a mile or two towards the cape at the cost of sore and somewhat
On the preceding day, in consequence of its falling calm when the vessel was not more than a mile and a half from the shore, and within some breakers, our navigators had been in a very disagreeable situation; but happily a light breeze had sprung from the land, and carried them out of danger.