(of trees) growing in a certain shape because of strong prevailing
(of a hair style) bobbed short, with the ends combed toward the forehead.
blown by the wind
(of a woman's hair style) cut short and combed to look as though it has been dishevelled by the wind
(of trees, shrubs, etc) growing in a shape determined by the prevailing winds
) (of trees) felled by the wind
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But she had taken off the matching pillbox hat she had worn earlier in the day, and her dark hair was windblown and tangled.
In some parts of the world, windblown silt blankets the land.
Backhoes and bulldozers were summoned to clear county roads of windblown dirt.
There he finds himself whole of leg, a pivotal figure in a dusty, windblown struggle.
Avoiding driving during windy conditions when windblown dust is likely.
Natural sources include windblown dust and soot from wildfires.
After the seeds mature, they fall or are windblown and germinate the following spring and early summer.
They are also concerned about breathing windblown contaminants from trucks loaded with chat.
Natural sources can include windblown dust, and soot from wildfires.