windiness

NOUN
  1. a mildly windy state of the air
  2. boring verbosity
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How To Use windiness In A Sentence

  • Terrence completes his circle right there and stultifies all his windiness. CHAPTER XI
  • Loess is a fine-grained aeolian sediment, typically liberated by the grinding action of glaciers, which may be transported great distances and indicates both windiness and aridity.
  • He has admitted to nightmares about that incident and his windiness against the quicks has been all too painfully evident. Times, Sunday Times
  • However, there were few buyers for the plots of land and the venture failed, probably because of the windiness of the site and inaccessibility of the shore.
  • The volume of writing is enormous, these days, and much of it has a sort of windiness about it, almost as though the author were in a state of euphoria.
  • Actually it wasn't too much colder than Santa Fe, but the extra wetness and windiness made it feel much colder.
  • He knew already the empty windiness of its threats, but he was careful of the mainsheet blocks, and walked around the traveller instead of over it. CHAPTER IV
  • Nature abhors a vacuum, journalism even more so, and so it fills absence with windiness.
  • Correctors to expel windiness, and costiveness helped Anatomy of Melancholy
  • So I learned to trust my eyes rather more than the windiness of words.
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