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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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Two of the book's stars were in the "Windy City Live" audience with their families.
However rain will spread in from the west and it will turn very windy overnight.
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Windy, cold weather would persist in the city for a day before normalising on Saturday, Meteorological department officials stated on Thursday.
The ecologists predict windy weather in Baku on February 8.
The Caribbean Development Bank Loan funded projects at Windy Hill and Horsepath are on the road to completion.
The city is braced for a wet, wild and windy morning, as Birmingham truly welcomes winter.
After yesterday's sunny spells, the Met Office is forecasting wet and windy conditions today, although it is expected to be brighter later.
For the rest of the region, the Met Office predicts wet and windy weather from Tuesday onwards, after a chilly and possibly showery but slightly brighter Monday.
WET and windy conditions are set to hit North Wales with gusts of 50mph expected.
Actress Ella Cruz enjoyed the breeze and sights at windy Busan, South Korea for a fun-filled vacation.
DOG owners who walk their pets on windy beaches risk giving their animals horrific "sandblast" eye injuries, vets have warned.