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windy

1. mod. talkative. She’s so windy! Won’t she ever let up?
2. mod. flatulent; having intestinal gas. If you’re windy, why don’t you take the day off? Do us all a favor.
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Think desert, think shadow, think Yves Klein blue, think film, think pebbles, streaked concrete, squidgy surface, Japanese punctured metal, think mustiness, windiness, warmth, stuff, stuff, stuff.
The artist probably chose to feature the wind prominently because the area had a reputation for windiness.
Parkland and veteran trees may also become more vulnerable through drought and increased windiness.
he grew up in a family with a more than average number of table-rappers, which no doubt inclined him later to the study of the esoteric (for it certainly never occurred to him to wonder why the esoteric was, in fact, esoteric), and was subjected in his youth to that Teutonic windiness which comes so easily, though no means inevitably, to those who think and write in the German language.
9) We may smile at the warm-hearted artisan who misuses the Party's rhetoric to affirm his loyalty, but Bergelson is unlikely not to have intended a satiric barb at the windiness in which ideology expresses itself.
Nigel, a Chelsea Flower Show judge, says you'll need to do some background work first - familiarising yourself with things like your soil type, the direction the bed faces in, the windiness and temperature of your garden, and how well-drained or wet the soil is.
This new production takes some of the windiness out of the original version and the fundamental arguments (pun intended) still produce sparks.
Some false statements seem uncontrollably long as if verbosity itself was veracity: one trouble with windiness of speech is its ability to confuse.