Wind of Change - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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a wind/the winds of ˈchange an event or a series of events that has started to happen and will cause important changes or results: There’s a wind of change in the attitude of voters. ♢ Winds of change were sweeping over the country.The British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan used this phrase in a speech he made in 1960.