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windstorm

[wind-stawrm]
noun
a storm with heavy wind but little or no precipitation.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see wind1, storm

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windstorm (ˈwɪndˌstɔːm)
 
n
a storm consisting of violent winds

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windstorm   (wĭnd'stôrm')  Pronunciation Key 
A storm with high winds or violent gusts but little or no rain. Winds with speeds up to 241 km (149 mi) per hour have been recorded during windstorms. See also tornado.
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