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 blusterous In A Sentence

  • It speaks volumes when Smith, often criticized for his blusterous behavior, is the voice of reason.
  • He would prefer to have a blusterous president rather than a more moderate face.
  • Into this world, comes Ahmadinejad with his "in your face" bravado and his blusterous taunts. James Zogby: Unhelpful Provocations
  • Sometimes one had a large pink blusterous person trying to carry us off our feet by his pseudo-boyish frankness, now some dyspeptically yellow whisperer, now some earnest, specially dressed youth with an eye-glass and a buttonhole, now some homely-speaking, shrewd Manchester man or some Scotchman eager to be very clear and full. Tono Bungay
  • On May 21, 1804, under a threatening sky, blusterous winds, and later, hard rain, Meriwether Lewis, William Clark and 43 men left the town of St. Charles, Missouri on the north bank of the Missouri River.
  • blustering (or blusterous) winds of Patagonia
  • As I recall, it was a blusterous day.
  • True to form, just as we're waiting for a couple of dry, still days so we can do the outside paintwork, the weather today turned wet, wintry and exceeding blusterous.
  • Blusterous conditions played their part from the kick-off.
  • Truly a blusterous day.
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