1.a great wave or surge of the sea.
2.any surging mass: billows of smoke.
verb (used without object):
3.to rise or roll in or like billows; surge.
4.to swell out, puff up, etc., as by the action of wind: flagsbillowing in the breeze.
verb (used with object):
5.to make rise, surge, swell, or the like: A sudden wind billowed thetent alarmingly.
And he plays quietly, leaving room for silence tobillow out between his phrases.
Dresses float from empire waists or smockedyokes, or billow out over fancy petticoats.
For instance, jeans that fit well at the hips maybillow around the legs.
What is more, only benign gaz are emitted in theatmosphere, and can billow away withoutdamaging the ozone layer.
But by the time the workers got the tarp on thefield, the wind was making it billow .