[ UK /wˈɪndləs/ ]
  1. without or almost without wind
    he prefers windless days for playing golf
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How To Use windless In A Sentence

  • This region of tropical rain-forests, with its moist, windless climate and constant warmth provides ideal conditions for the growth and well-being the cocoa tree.
  • And at some distance beyond the top of the hill he sat down on the bank beside a nettled ditch, and with his book pressed down upon the wayside grass struck a match, and holding it low in the scented, windless air turned slowly the cockled leaf. The Return
  • The quiet sun blazed down through the clear windless air and made a furnace of our hole in the sand. Chapter 13
  • A heavier line and finally a steel rope then followed, a wooden box was slung on two steel sheaves from the steel rope and pulled by a steel wire from both ends and a windless operated by an African.
  • Some say the old warhorses of the energy age, coal and nuclear power stations, will still be needed to cope with windless, sunless, waveless days.
  • Only an attack by a voracious swarm of midges then spoilt a leisurely paddle under a warm, summer sun on a perfect, windless day.
  • She saw the column of pale smoke rising vertically into the windless air from the chimney. COVER STORY
  • The wind industry has received most of this $2 billion; today Angular Force Generation also known as windless windmill technology creates a new paradigm. WebWire | Recent Headlines
  • As a result, we used to sleep with the many others on the open terrace, looking at the stars in a windless night, hoping that the fumes from the mosquito coil would keep away the buzzing creatures from us.
  • By the light of the garage lamps I could see that it was still snowing, a windless, silent snow. Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear
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