A capful of wind
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"A capful of wind" is a book by Aubrey de Sélincourt.
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The Chambers Dictionary (1998)
a capful of wind a slight breeze; before the wind carried along by the wind; between wind and water that part of a ship's side which is now in, now out of, the water owing to the fluctuation of the waves; in a vulnerable or precarious place or position; break wind to release flatus from the anus; cast or lay an anchor to windward to make prudent provision for the future; cast, fling or throw to the winds to scatter or throw away recklessly; to abandon (restraint, prudence, caution, discretion, ...
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