windy

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

1windy

adjective

Definition of WINDY

1
marked by strong wind or more wind than usual <one particularly windy day should shake the last of the autumn leaves from the trees>
Related Words drafty; stormy, tempestuous
Near Antonyms breathless, calm, motionless, still
2
marked by the use of impressive-sounding but mostly meaningless words and phrases <gave his usual windy speech about working for the common people>
Antonyms unrhetorical
3
using or containing more words than necessary to express an idea <a windy saleswoman who told us a lot more than we wanted to know about vacuum cleaners>

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