Examples of windswept in a Sentence
The sailors looked windswept and tired.
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This winter is an exception — there is good snow on all of the lakes and across the normally windswept 13-mile hill.
The fate of its crew dominates the national news, and an international effort to locate the San Juan has unfolded in the windswept waters of the South Atlantic.
That developer revealing his latest blob of public art in a windswept piazza?
The scene was the Pointe de l’Arcouest, a promontory on the rocky, windswept northern coast of Brittany, where Eugène Schueller had built a grandiose vacation home in 1926.
As Julianne Moore pulled back her crimson lengths into all their 10-second topknot glory, Dakota Johnson swiped on bright red lipstick for the ultimate in-transit beauty trick—a look that paired well with a windswept pony.
To defend itself, Taiwan has relied on geography — a mountainous main island 80 miles across a windswept strait — and the support of the United States.
The garden’s romantically cluttered pastiche of sculpture and untamed greenery makes an ideal site for a windswept photo-op.
The elder Westphall, himself a contractor, moved into a camper on the windswept knoll in the highlands of northern New Mexico, and spent his days working on the project and trying to raise money.
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