Difference between windily and wind
- in a verbose manner
Cole cares only about making money; Chambers is a self-taught intellectual, windily lecturing his pal on the history of wherever they happen to alight.
We made it safely to the low wall built by the mujahidin - Basyir and I exhaled windily - and hiked on to the peak, hopping across the ditch once or twice to the ancient boundary wall to look down into West Kabul.
They argued windily with him, and he was cocky, and enjoyed the spectacle of his interesting martyrdom.
- a reflex that expels intestinal gas through the anus
- the act of winding or twisting
- empty rhetoric or insincere or exaggerated talk
- a musical instrument in which the sound is produced by an enclosed column of air that is moved by bellows or the human breath
- raise or haul up with or as if with mechanical help
- arrange or or coil around
- coil the spring of (some mechanical device) by turning a stem
- extend in curves and turns
- form into a wreath
Lobefins today have dwindled to the lungfishes and the coelacanths ‘dwindled’ as ‘fish’, that is, but mightily expanded on land: we land vertebrates are aberrant lungfish.
As the holiday movie season winds down, we thought we'd preview the films of 2003 to see which ones stand out and which should stand down.
It might as well be closed, because in many American hospitals you're simply shooed from the windowsill after you've been nursed back to health (usually in 72 hours or less), and you're expected to "fly" on your own.