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windy

wind·y

windy

 
pronunciation:
wIn di
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part of speech: adjective
inflections: windier, windiest
definition 1: having a great or excessive amount of wind; characterized by wind.
It's too windy to take the sailboat out today.It was a cold and windy night that he arrived.
antonyms:
still, windless
definition 2: resembling wind.
definition 3: exposed to wind; unsheltered.
They sat on the windy beach and shivered.
antonyms:
sheltered
similar words:
airy
definition 4: characterized by empty talk or idle chatter.
The board had a long, windy discussion about the matter.
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derivations: windily (adv.), windiness (n.)
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