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Windbreaker

ˈwɪndˌbreɪ.kər

Meanings of Windbreaker:

noun

A wind-resistant jacket with a close-fitting neck, waistband, and cuffs; a windcheater.

Usage examples:

T-shirts and v-neck jerseys featured in this collection, along with several bomber jackets and wind…

Windbreaks

ˈwɪnd.breɪk

Meanings of Windbreaks:

noun

A thing, such as a row of trees or a fence, wall, or screen, that provides shelter or protection from the wind.

Usage examples:

But as you rise, the air becomes cooler and you find yourself in hanging river valleys where the mo…

Meanings of Windburn:

noun

Reddening and soreness of the skin caused by prolonged exposure to the wind.

Usage examples:

Remember to protect the baby's face from windburn and sunburn.

Windburned

ˈwɪn(d)bəːnd

Meanings of Windburned:

adjective

(of the skin) reddened and sore as a result of prolonged exposure to the wind.

Usage examples:

Her cheeks felt windburned

Windburnt

ˈwɪn(d)bəːnd

Meanings of Windburnt:

adjective

(of the skin) reddened and sore as a result of prolonged exposure to the wind.

Usage examples:

Her cheeks felt windburned

Meanings of Windcheater:

noun

A wind-resistant jacket with a close-fitting neck, waistband, and cuffs.

Usage examples:

Couples like his-and-her windcheaters, sunglasses and hats.

Windchest

wɪndtʃɛst

Meanings of Windchest:

noun

A chest or box in an organ which receives wind from the bellows and admits it to the pipes or reeds.

Usage examples:

The player supports the windchest with both hands, and pushes keys which are connected to each tube.

Windchill

ˈwɪnd.tʃɪl

Meanings of Windchill:

noun

The cooling effect of wind blowing on a surface.

Usage examples:

The wind chill at 70 mph descent would leave every racer needing medical treatment for frostbite

Winded

ˈwɪn.dɪd

Meanings of Winded:

adjective

Having difficulty breathing because of exertion or a blow to the stomach.

Usage examples:

She wasn't really hurt, just winded
verb

Cause (someone) to have difficulty breathing because of exertion or a blow to the stomach.

Usage examples:

The fall nearly winded him

Winder

ˈwaɪn.dər

Meanings of Winder:

noun

A device or mechanism used to wind something, especially something such as a watch or clock or the film in a camera.

Usage examples:

The built-in winder is capable of three frames per second

Winders

ˈwaɪn.dər

Meanings of Winders:

noun

A device or mechanism used to wind something, especially something such as a watch or clock or the film in a camera.

Usage examples:

The built-in winder is capable of three frames per second

Windfall

ˈwɪnd.fɔːl

Meanings of Windfall:

noun

An apple or other fruit blown down from a tree or bush by the wind.

Usage examples:

We ate fruit from the trees or windfalls without washing them and ate carrots pulled from the groun…

Windfalls

ˈwɪnd.fɔːl

Meanings of Windfalls:

noun

An apple or other fruit blown down from a tree or bush by the wind.

Usage examples:

We ate fruit from the trees or windfalls without washing them and ate carrots pulled from the groun…

Windflower

ˈwɪn(d)flaʊə

Meanings of Windflower:

noun

An anemone.

Usage examples:

One of the most unusual-looking fall-planted bulbs is the grecian windflower.

Windflowers

ˈwɪn(d)flaʊə

Meanings of Windflowers:

noun

An anemone.

Usage examples:

One of the most unusual-looking fall-planted bulbs is the grecian windflower.

Meanings of Windgall:

noun

A small painless swelling just above the fetlock of a horse, caused by inflammation of the tendon sheath.

Usage examples:

The native breeds seem to cope better than the more finely bred types, where windgalls may appear.

Meanings of Windgalls:

noun

A small painless swelling just above the fetlock of a horse, caused by inflammation of the tendon sheath.

Usage examples:

The native breeds seem to cope better than the more finely bred types, where windgalls may appear.

Meanings of Windhover:

noun

A kestrel.

Usage examples:

Instead it is a favorite of morning, a little brown-grey falcon, called the windhover because, hurl…

Meanings of Windier:

adjective

Characterized by or exposed to strong winds.

Usage examples:

A very windy day

Windiest

ˈwɪn.di

Meanings of Windiest:

adjective

Characterized by or exposed to strong winds.

Usage examples:

A very windy day

Meanings of Windigo:

noun

(in the folklore of the northern algonquian indians) a cannibalistic giant; a person who has been transformed into a monster by the consumption of human flesh.

Usage examples:

In the depths of the winter, the windigo seeks to feast on human flesh.

Meanings of Windigos:

noun

(in the folklore of the northern algonquian indians) a cannibalistic giant; a person who has been transformed into a monster by the consumption of human flesh.

Usage examples:

In the depths of the winter, the windigo seeks to feast on human flesh.

Windily

ˈwɪn.dəl.i

Meanings of Windily:

adverb

In a way that is confident and continues for a long time, but does not say anything useful or interesting

Usage examples:

His tone is windily self-important, but the intellectual content of what he says is embarrassingly …

Winding

ˈwaɪn.dɪŋ

Meanings of Winding:

noun

A twisting movement or course.

Usage examples:

The windings of the stream
adjective

Following a twisting or spiral course.

Usage examples:

Our bedroom was at the top of a winding staircase
verb

Cause (someone) to have difficulty breathing because of exertion or a blow to the stomach.

Usage examples:

The fall nearly winded him

Meanings of Winding-down:

verb

To unfasten something that is wrapped around an object

Usage examples:

To unwind string, i’m just going to watch some tv and unwind.

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