[ UK /wˈɪndbɹe‍ɪkɐ/ ]
  1. a kind of heavy jacket (`windcheater' is a British term)
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How To Use windbreaker In A Sentence

  • You are well advised to take along a heavy sweater and a windbreaker or jacket.
  • I got up and put on my windbreaker over my tee-shirt and jeans.
  • But because of the Humboldt Current, she'd heard that the nights got cool, even cold, so she'd packed a sweater and windbreaker. Laura's Baby
  • A man in a blue FEMA windbreaker arrived to brief them on his helicopter flyover of the city.
  • Steve McQueen Everett Collection Steve McQueen, 1968 The Look : Blue Steel shawl collars, turtlenecks, flat-front khakis, dungarees, shearling coats, windbreakers. Dress Like an Icon
  • T-shirts and V-neck jerseys featured in this collection, along with several bomber jackets and windbreakers.
  • Case in point: Our favorite rocket tyke sports a windbreaker and slacks (good-bye red undies and go-go boots), but his original powers (x-ray vision and turbo butt) remain unchanged.
  • They wear eye-popping orange windbreakers and orange-and-white-striped uniforms, better to locate them should they get lost on the way back to their housing units. One Bright Side of Rikers Island
  • Greg Katt waited like a man who knows he has two courtside tickets to a play-off game in his windbreaker pocket. A THEORY OF RELATIVITY
  • She pulled away from him and fumbled in the pocket of her Windbreaker for a tissue. NOBODY'S BABY BUT MINE
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