Blowy
Blowy Blow"y, a. Windy; as, blowy weather; a blowy upland. [1913 Webster]

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  • blowy — ► ADJECTIVE (blowier, blowiest) ▪ windy or windswept …   English terms dictionary

  • blowy — [blō′ē] adj. blowier, blowiest windy …   English World dictionary

  • blowy — UK [ˈbləʊɪ] / US [ˈbloʊɪ] adjective Word forms blowy : adjective blowy comparative blowier superlative blowiest British mainly spoken windy (= with strong winds blowing) It s a bit blowy today …   English dictionary

  • blowy — adjective Date: 1746 1. windy I < a blowy March day > 2. readily blown about < blowy desert sand > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • blowy — blowiness, n. /bloh ee/, adj., blowier, blowiest. 1. windy: a chill, blowy day. 2. easily blown about: flimsy, blowy curtain material. [1820 30; BLOW2 + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • blowy — blow•y [[t]ˈbloʊ i[/t]] adj. blow•i•er, blow•i•est 1) windy: a chill, blowy day[/ex] 2) easily blown about • Etymology: 1820–30 blow′i•ness, n …   From formal English to slang

  • blowy — adjective windy or breezy …   Wiktionary

  • blowy — Synonyms and related words: aeolian, airish, airy, blasty, blustering, blusterous, blustery, boreal, breezy, brisk, drafty, favonian, flawy, fresh, gusty, puffy, squally, windy …   Moby Thesaurus

  • Blowy — 1. blowfly; 2. blowfish …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • blowy — Australian Slang 1. blowfly; 2. blowfish …   English dialects glossary

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