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windblast

noun wind·blast \-ˌblast\

Definition of WINDBLAST

1
:  a gust of wind
2
:  the destructive effect of air friction on a pilot ejected from a high-speed airplane
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Examples of WINDBLAST

  1. <a windblast from the hovering helicopter made it difficult to even stand up>

First Known Use of WINDBLAST

1582

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