wind off

VERB
  1. reverse the winding or twisting of
    unwind a ball of yarn
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How To Use wind off In A Sentence

  • The idea of capturing breezes sounds pleasant, but the wind off the ocean can be pretty stiff, so the deck rail, made of corrugated, perforated stainless steel, acts as a windbreak (and a sunshade for the floor below).
  • Wind off and hot, the color of the leaves has also been lonely, have re - wind Piaowu.
  • The strong west wind off the sea maliciously whipped their cloaks around their bodies, making it difficult to walk.
  • And one of the reasons that the water stood up high the last couple of days is we had a pretty strong south wind off the water.
  • It's difficult to wind off all the thread.
  • The cool, groaning wind off the lapping waves carried murmurs of lamentation from distant corners of the world. THE LIGHTSTONE: BOOK ONE, PART ONE OF THE EA CYCLE
  • But if there be a fair wind off the land, there will be little rowing; the big lateen sail on her one mast will span the narrow waters between the African coast and the Balearic Isles, where a convenient look-out may be kept for Spanish galleons or perhaps an Italian polacca. The Story of the Barbary Corsairs
  • Wind off and hot, the color of the leaves has also been lonely, have re - wind Piaowu.
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