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blowy

[bloh-ee] /ˈbloʊ i/
adjective, blowier, blowiest.
1.
windy:
a chill, blowy day.
2.
easily blown about:
flimsy, blowy curtain material.
Origin
1820-1830
1820-30; blow2 + -y1
Related forms
blowiness, noun
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Examples for blowy
  • But here in the inter-mountain region only one blowy snowy day and a few cold nights, the coldest at zero.
British Dictionary definitions for blowy

blowy

/ˈbləʊɪ/
adjective blowier, blowiest
1.
another word for windy (sense 1)
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