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Synonyms for blowy

exposed to or characterized by the presence of freely circulating air or wind

Synonyms for blowy

abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezes


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The good news is that these fierce winds will ease down this evening, leaving tomorrow much less windy, although still pretty blowy.
But the conditions were very difficult on the day, it was windy and blowy although the greens were fine.
But then again, with no trees to block the wind, which, at times, was blowy and intense, maybe it was just the wind swirling between his ears.
She had revealed that she straddled Peter to simulate sex, and recalled: "He dragged me into the bathroom, so I bent down to give him a blowy.
It was a little blowy by the coast, and Tom's map didn't have half the roads on it, but there was a lovely view from the Whitwell road over the town and the sea too.
But the Swede showed he can handle the rough stuff after battling round a blowy Birkdale yesterday to stay in contention for a first Major title.
The decor is a little airport loungeish but very easy-going and comfortable, especially with the fire creating a welcome vision of warmth on a cold, blowy day.
The poetic text and beautiful double-spread illustrations will enchant young readers as they trace the path of time from snowy January and blowy February, traveling all along the way to sneezy November and freezy December.
Most relatively fit kids and grownups should manage this 2884ft peak - although go prepared with a map, compass, boots and waterproofs as it can get a bit blowy up there.
Big Water AC's juniors showed how much they have taken to the sport of coarse angling, 129 fish being landed on a blowy Seaton Burn on Sunday.
After running the course at Llandudno one "Santa" said: "Its a bit blowy out there and running with a beard isn't much fun but its all in a good cause and I hope to raise about PS250.
The Eaglescliffe ace produced an extraordinary performance as he made light of the blowy conditions while most of the 60-strong field struggled.
The 37-year-old Pontypridd-born pro, who lifted the Abu Dhabi Championship title a fortnight ago, shows a distinct liking for blowy days on Tour but missed the boat yesterday carding a one-over-par 73 to drop 39 places on the leaderboard to tied 51st on four under.
When it's just too rainy and blowy for the beach, one of the best wet-weather alternatives we've found in the West this summer has been the Christopher Williams Retrospective at the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth.
At the height of last year's snowy, blowy conditions, you couldn't buy a crossover for cash.