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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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Despite the harsh winds (it's the windiest continent on the planet) and the freezing cold, the silence all around was magnificent.
He added: "The UK could be a world leader in green power - we are the windiest country in Europe and have the continent's best wave and tidal resources.
Then the buoy snapped free--but not before it confirmed satellite data suggesting the region is the world's windiest for oceans.
The Gaskells hauled 80kg sledges over 200 miles, climbing 10,000ft across the coldest, highest, windiest and driest continent on Earth.
Unsupported, with no dogs, helicopters, kites or skidoos, the Gaskells and their teammates hauled 80kg sledges further than 200 miles, climbing 10,000ft across the coldest, highest, windiest and driest continent on Earth.
March was also the windiest since 1979, and the fifth windiest since 1953.
But he thought Southerndown was even more exposed and was the windiest golf course in the world.
Highway 66 that leads to Klamath Falls is one of the windiest mountain roads I've ever driven.
Bandelier National Monument set the fire during our driest and windiest season, and a lack of coordination amongst various federal agencies allowed it to get out of control.
Penguins exist in the darkest, coldest and windiest continent.
Winds at 30 miles an hour, gusting to 35 mph in the valleys and 45 mph in the mountains, made the weekend the windiest of the season so far, officials said.
Nobody gets in or out from where we are, on the southernmost tip--and windiest part--of the island.
According to Colonel Strader, a three-year veteran of Deep Freeze missions, flying to the coldest, driest and windiest place on Earth requires extensive mission planning.
The windiest places are often environmentally sensitive areas--offshore and atop mountain ridges--that deserve careful consideration of both the environmental benefits of wind and the effects of development on the local environment.
If all goes according to plan, the world's southernmost Orthodox church will open next year at a Russian polar research station the driest; coldest and windiest continent.