be blowing in the wind

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be blowing in the wind

To be under consideration. Primarily heard in US. Management hasn't rejected your proposal yet—it's still blowing in the wind, don't worry.
See also: blow, wind

be blowing in the wind

mainly AMERICAN
If something such as an idea or agreement is blowing in the wind, it is being thought about and discussed, but no decision has yet been taken about it. The agreement blowing in the wind at Montreal signals a change in business conditions.
See also: blow, wind
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But now I often think about what has been blowing in the wind around here, and I wonder what tiny seed of destruction I might be carrying in my bones, lying dormant, waiting for the right opportunity to bloom.