Adjective(1) abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezes(2) not practical or realizable; speculative(3) resembling the wind in speed, force, or variability(4) using or containing too many words, or windy
(1) It was clear from the start that the strong windy conditions were going to have an immediate effect on the result of the game.(2) People, unaware of the dangers, were shovelling it out of public buildings and their houses into the town's dry and windy streets.(3) One word of warning: it's awfully windy out there, so make sure to bring items to weigh down the lighter things which are in danger of blowing away.(4) The climate was temperate but windy , the terrain a mixture of downland, rocky hills and peat bogs.(5) The kids were running around, some with kites, as the weather was so windy .(6) Then again, it was a pretty windy day, and voices were muted by the sound of the wind.(7) Even if it is sunny, it can be quite windy on Lough Corrib.(8) After a good night out, I find I am very windy the next morning, so much so that I am totally bloated and cannot do up my trousers.(9) Roy Appleyard converted from the touchline, an excellent kick considering the very windy conditions.(10) Avoid low spots that might flood, as well as high, exposed, or windy locations.(11) The king goes on to bore the hell out of them with a long, windy speech.(12) Also, do not spray soaps onto plants that are water-stressed or during hot, windy , or humid weather.(13) We proceeded down a windy country road, following the River Chew towards its source.(14) Very windy conditions and extremely warm weather increase the dangers associated with backyard burning as well.(15) All those windy characters were kind of hard to bring to life when I was reading them in high school.(16) Free-range hens huddled in their doorways because their field was a bit windy .