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1windy

adjective \ˈwin-dē\
wind·i·erwind·i·est

Definition of WINDY

1
a (1) :  windswept <a windy coast> (2) :  marked by strong wind or by more wind than usual <a windy day>
b :  violent, stormy
2
:  flatulent 1 <a windy bellyache>
3
a :  verbose, bombastic <a windy politician>
b :  lacking substance :  empty <windy promises>
wind·i·ly \-də-lē\ adverb
wind·i·ness \-dē-nəs\ noun

First Known Use of WINDY

before 12th century

Rhymes with WINDY

2windy

adjective \ˈwīn-dē\
wind·i·erwind·i·est

Definition of WINDY

:  winding <a windy path>

First Known Use of WINDY

1871
WINDY Defined for Kids

windy

adjective \ˈwin-dē\
wind·i·erwind·i·est

Definition of WINDY for Kids

:  having much or strong wind <a windy day> <a windy city>

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