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

filled up with or as if with something insubstantial

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abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezes

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not practical or realizable

resembling the wind in speed, force, or variability

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using or containing too many words

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Broutman chose the title for his fourth book because he firmly believes that the Windy City's greatest treasure is its children.
In Liverpool, the maximum temperature will reach just 10 A[degrees]C with wet and windy conditions over high ground.
After a windy start, the winds will gradually ease through the day.
Mr Martin added: "It'll be a windy day nationwide but the strongest are likely to be along western and northern coasts."
In Michael Hutchinson's clever middle grade mystery The Case of Windy Lake, four precocious children are on a quest to find a missing archaeologist.
However, it is expected that windy weather would return by Feb 11,' said Abdul Rasheed representing the Met department in Karachi.
The windy weather is also expected in country's regions.
Met Office forecasters say yesterday's wet and windy weather will continue into today, where a brief drier interlude will follow, perhaps with some patchy fog.
"Wednesday looks very wet and windy and the potential is for another deep, vicious low pressure bringing more very windy weather ONTHURSDAY,"he said.
Due to the wet and windy conditions the Llanrwst fireworks display which was set to take place today has been cancelled.
During her trip, Busan appeared to be very windy. Nevertheless, Cruz enjoyed it, saying she was amused for visiting the beach during a cold weather.
Vet Mr Booth says vets see severe irritation and inflammation of the eyes caused by exposure to windy beaches.