[ UK /blˈʌstəɹɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈbɫəstɝɪŋ/ ]
  1. blowing in violent and abrupt bursts
    a cold blustery day
    a gusty storm with strong sudden rushes of wind
    blustering (or blusterous) winds of Patagonia
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How To Use blustering In A Sentence

  • The blustering rudeness of contemporary atheists appears to have driven at least one person closer to God: A new form of Christian evangelism: atheist conferences « Anglican Samizdat
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  • We are expected to follow their fickle games, before launching our rich domestic cargo upon those blue, blustering flames.
  • INDIANAPOLIS -- "No money!" yelled a man in the passing car, his words trailing in the blustering wind of downtown Indianapolis. Will Mari: Local Gay Community Backs Clinton In Indiana
  • George probably lifted the footnotes from a short, blustering and inaccurate open letter by Nepstad himself. The sadists, the masochists and the scientists
  • By now the skies were black, a chill wind was blustering down the street and the rain was slashing sideways.
  • blustering (or blusterous) winds of Patagonia
  • He has been blustering for decades that you can control people if you just hit them hard enough and cow them.
  • Christmas Day itself generally dawns grey, with an easterly blustering off the Pacific, but it doesn't matter!
  • Throughout the blustering winds parting the tall grass, a figure darted through the brush, and just like that moved as fast as the bolts of lightening above.
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