noun wind·storm \ˈwin(d)-ˌstrm\

: a storm that has very strong winds and usually very little rain or snow

Full Definition of WINDSTORM

:  a storm marked by high wind with little or no precipitation

First Known Use of WINDSTORM

14th century


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