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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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Those plays all had their flaws, but Ball's windily titled work makes them seem almost profound in retrospect.
Big women sucked copiously on their cigarettes, leaving smears of lipstick on the discarded tips, as they limped along the shingles, leaning on each other's shoulders and giggling windily about the prospects of finding a good man for the night.
Indeed, the plot's improbabilities are matched by writing that huffs and puffs its way toward profundity through long, clause-clotted monologues in which epiphanies are recalled, confessions of despair are offered, opinions on Proust and various other cultural topics are windily proclaimed.
The same question isn't all that deftly answered by the dramatist, who winds the play down as windily as he cranks it up: "Potential" would achieve even more if it were a good 20 minutes shorter.
Following the lead of Catherine Breillat's windily pretentious and overhyped "Romance," several other films included heavy sex content without delivering much of anything else.