blowy

adjective \ ˈblō-ē \

Definition of blowy

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

Examples of blowy in a Sentence

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

First Known Use of blowy

1746

blowy Synonyms

Synonyms
1windy, blustery, breezy, gusty, squally
Related Words
drafty; stormy, tempestuous
Near Antonyms
breathless, calm, motionless, still


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