Definition of windblown
: blown by the wind; especially : having a permanent set or character of growth determined by the prevailing winds windblown trees
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Windblown grit carves exposed rocks on the valley rim into curved and hollowed forms.
A windblown plastic bag or a bird resting briefly will not set off the alarm.
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Definition of windblown for English Language Learners
: carried through the air by the wind
: made messy by the wind
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