windblown

[ UK /wˈɪndblə‍ʊn/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. used especially of trees; growing in a shape determined by the prevailing winds
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How To Use windblown In A Sentence

  • He reached out and touched her face gently, a windblown strand of hair curling around his finger.
  • They string hundreds of meters of flexible fencing to catch windblown flurries.
  • He was inside, a too big figure, like a windblown tree come into her home. COUP D'ETAT
  • Seeming a lonely remnant of his dying breed, Brown's sloe-eyed, densely painted Buffalo in Golden Gate Park stands gazing blankly at the viewer beneath a solitary windblown pine.
  • This vast mountainous region is crossed by just two roads which wind their way up to high, windblown passes.
  • Such darkly shadowed taluses under an open, light-filled firmament just waiting to ravenously warm every windblown, cascading, double-trunked forest shrub and errant piece of fossilized driftwood on the esker. Sunday Salon: The Cover of J.M. Coetzee’s Dusklands
  • I was flushed by the time I pushed heavily through the doors of the library, and my windblown hair was in twists and tangles, not that my appearance bothered me tonight as it rarely ever did.
  • Her fingers worked deep into his windblown curls as her face lifted, appealing for his kiss.
  • With their unkempt, windblown hair, they almost resembled the man beneath her.
  • Its salt became a layer of rock salt, called evaporite, which was then buried by windblown sediment. Lockergnome
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