blowy

adjective
\ ˈblō-ē \

Definition of blowy

1 : windy entry 1 a blowy March day
2 : readily blown about blowy desert sand

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Examples of blowy in a Sentence

a blowy day that resulted in most of the fall foliage being knocked off the trees

First Known Use of blowy

1746, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of blowy was in 1746

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