I want a man who can look over a bond issue, or whatever it is, and tell me at a glance whether it's spavined or wind-broken.
If he bought a horse, it was sure to prove spavined or wind-broken.
He was wind-broken and undoubtedly would have played out before we got through the mountains.
The group lugubriously settled in a circle upon an assemblage of wind-broken red velvet chairs and wooden stools.
I'd rather drive a team of wind-broken mustangs, any day in the year!
Her name was Skates; Pod said he so named her because she ran all the way and beat his pride-broken, wind-broken horse into town.
These wind-broken chaps are always in before the second death, seeing they always miss the first.
Farther on he brought up trembling in every limb at the fall of a wind-broken tree.
Judson knew that the last lap was not in his trembling muscles or in the thumping heart and the wind-broken lungs.