Use Billow in a sentence
Meaning: [verb] move in the wind; to rise in a round mass;
Black smoke also billowed from the building.
A plume of steam and smoke could be seen billowing from its top.
A large cloud of smoke from the fire billowed into the sky on Saturday.
Firefighters arrived to find smoke billowing and a man calling for help.
Just dust was billowing up, and it moved slowly northwards through a field.
On Sunday, a thin column of smoke was still billowing from a hill near the hamlet.
Just when I think the mist is billowing away, they are swept away again in its tide.
He began with a billowing white shirt and high-waisted cigarette pants, simply yet expertly cut.
I was holding a scarf over my face to stop myself inhaling the dust billowing around us as we drove.
A fire also broke out in the basement of the building, and smoke was billowing out into the streets.