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Blowy   /blˈoʊi/   Listen
Blowy

adjective
1.
Abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezes.  Synonyms: breezy, windy.  "A windy bluff"






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"Blowy" Quotes from Famous Books



... Christmas time before Julia saw Doctor Studdiford again, and then it was but for a few minutes. Christmas Eve was wet and blowy out of doors, but the assembly hall of The Alexander looked warm and bright; there were painfully made garlands of green looped about the windows, bells of red paper hung from all the chandeliers, and on the stage an enormous Christmas tree glittered with colour ...
— The Story Of Julia Page - Works of Kathleen Norris, Volume V. • Kathleen Norris



Words linked to "Blowy" :   blow, stormy



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