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Windy vs. Winy

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Windyadjective

Accompanied by wind.

‘It was a long and windy night.’;

Winyadjective

Having the taste or qualities of wine.

‘grapes of a winy taste’;

Windyadjective

Unsheltered and open to the wind.

‘They made love in a windy bus shelter.’;

Winyadjective

Relating to the effects of drinking wine.

Windyadjective

Empty and lacking substance.

‘They made windy promises they would not keep.’;

Winyadjective

Having the taste or qualities of wine; vinous; as, grapes of a winy taste.

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Windyadjective

Long-winded; orally verbose.

Winyadjective

having the taste of wine;

‘a rich winy taste’;

Windyadjective

(informal) Flatulent.

‘The Tex-Mex meal had made them somewhat windy.’;

Windyadjective

(slang) Nervous, frightened.

Windyadjective

(of a path etc) Having many bends; winding, twisting or tortuous.

Windynoun

(colloquial) fart

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Windyadjective

Consisting of wind; accompanied or characterized by wind; exposed to wind.

‘Blown with the windy tempest of my heart.’;

Windyadjective

Next the wind; windward.

‘It keeps on the windy side of care.’;

Windyadjective

Tempestuous; boisterous; as, windy weather.

Windyadjective

Serving to occasion wind or gas in the intestines; flatulent; as, windy food.

Windyadjective

Attended or caused by wind, or gas, in the intestines.

Windyadjective

Fig.: Empty; airy.

‘Here's that windy applause, that poor, transitory pleasure, for which I was dishonored.’;

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Windyadjective

abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezes;

‘blowy weather’; ‘a windy bluff’;

Windyadjective

using or containing too many words;

‘long-winded (or windy) speakers’; ‘verbose and ineffective instructional methods’; ‘newspapers of the day printed long wordy editorials’; ‘proceedings were delayed by wordy disputes’;

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