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windbreak

noun wind·break \-ˌbrāk\

: something (such as a fence or group of trees) that protects an area from the wind

Full Definition of WINDBREAK

:  a growth of trees or shrubs serving to break the force of wind; broadly :  a shelter (as a fence) from the wind

First Known Use of WINDBREAK

1861

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