Definitions for WINDY
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word WINDY.
blowy, breezy, windyadjective
abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezes
"blowy weather"; "a windy bluff"
airy, impractical, visionary, Laputan, windyadjective
not practical or realizable; speculative
"airy theories about socioeconomic improvement"; "visionary schemes for getting rich"
resembling the wind in speed, force, or variability
"a windy dash home"
long-winded, tedious, verbose, windy, wordyadjective
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"
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: from wind.
See what showers arise,
Blown with the windy tempest of my soul
Upon thy wounds, that kill mine eyes and heart. William Shakespeare.
Subtile or windy spirits are taken off by incension or evaporation. Francis Bacon.
Lady, you have a merry heart.
———— Yes, my lord, I thank it, poor fool,
It keeps on the windy side of care. William Shakespeare.
Why should calamity be full of words?
———— Windy attorneys to their client woes,
Poor breathing orators of miseries. William Shakespeare, Rich. III.
What windy joy this day had I conceiv’d,
Hopeful of his deliv’ry, which now proves
Abortive as the first-born bloom of Spring,
Nipt with the lagging rear of Winter’s frost. John Milton.
Look, here’s that windy applause, that poor transitory pleasure, for which I was dishonoured. South.
Of ev’ry nation, each illustrious name
Such toys as these have cheated into fame,
Exchanging solid quiet to obtain
The windy satisfaction of the brain. John Dryden, Juvenal.
On this windy sea of land the fiend
Walk’d up and down. John Milton.
It is not bare agitation, but the sediment at the bottom, that troubles and defiles the water; and when we see it windy and dusty, the wind does not make but only raise dust. South.
In such a windy colic, water is the best remedy after a surfeit of fruit. John Arbuthnot, on Aliments.
Windy is a song recorded by the Danish band Scarlet Pleasure. It was released on February 26, 2014 as their first official single, after an unsuccessful trip to the United States. They took back to Denmark to find success, and after just a few weeks on the Danish charts, "Windy" won the prize as P3's Uundgåelige. The song is Produced by David Mørup, Mixed by Rune Rask and Mastered by Brian Gardner, who has mastered songs for Dr. Dre, David Bowie, Eminem and many more.
Windy refers to a situation or condition characterized by the presence of strong winds or air currents moving in the atmosphere. It often describes weather conditions where the speed of wind is notably high.
consisting of wind; accompanied or characterized by wind; exposed to wind
next the wind; windward
tempestuous; boisterous; as, windy weather
serving to occasion wind or gas in the intestines; flatulent; as, windy food
attended or caused by wind, or gas, in the intestines
fig.: Empty; airy
Etymology: [AS. windig.]
"Windy" is a pop music song written by Ruthann Friedman and recorded by The Association. Released in 1967, the song reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in July of that year. Later in 1967, an instrumental version by jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery became his biggest Hot 100 hit when it peaked at #44. "Windy" was The Association's second U.S. number-one, following "Cherish" in 1966. According to rumor, the original lyrics by Ruthann Friedman were about a man and The Association changed them to be about a woman. "There are many explanations of who Windy actually was in Ruthann's life. She would have you know, she being me, Ruthann Friedman, that none of them are true. Windy was indeed a female and purely a fictitious character who popped into my head one fine day in 1967... During the recording session the Association members, sure that they were in the middle of recording a hit, called the song writer, me again, in to sing on the fade at the end. I can be heard singing a blues harmony as the song fades out..." Session musician Hal Blaine was brought in to play drums.
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Surnames Frequency by Census Records
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Windy is ranked #135593 in terms of the most common surnames in America.
The Windy surname appeared 124 times in the 2010 census and if you were to sample 100,000 people in the United States, approximately 0 would have the surname Windy.
95.9% or 119 total occurrences were White.
The numerical value of WINDY in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of WINDY in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
I love Yas Links for the fantastic views and the variety of challenges it presents, each hole is different and all are memorable, but the final stretch from 15 to 18 embeds itself in the memory forever. The windy par 3 17th hole has to be regarded as the signature hole and the tricky Par 5 18th has wrecked many a good golf card !
I don't know what I did on 18, It was tough off and on... It got really windy early, then slowed down, windy( again), changed direction. .
I hit the ball solid from tee to green and managed to hole some putts. It’s not easy out there, especially on the front nine where it was really windy, I’m trying to not think about keeping my card. It’s not the end of the world for me if I don’t make it into top-60 on the Order of Merit. I want to enjoy my golf.
I guess I've figured out a decent way to play this course and I've done some good scores over the years in windy conditions as well, i don't know what the forecast is but normally we get our fair share of wind here which is part of the course defense and makes it play better.
The Tournament of Champions's really pretty. And The Tournament of Champions's really big, they said the fairways are wide, and they are. They said The Tournament of Champions's usually windy, and The Tournament of Champions is.
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- ventoso, flatulentoSpanish
- tyhjä, tuulen pieksämä, tuulesta temmattu, tuulinen, mutkainen, kiemurteleva, ilmavaivainenFinnish
- venté, venteuxFrench
- gaothar, gaothach, gaothmhorScottish Gaelic
- ventoso, ventilatoItalian
- 風の強い, 空疎, 風の吹くJapanese
- 바람 부는Korean
- изви́листый, ветреныйRussian
- blåsig, tom, ihåligSwedish
- có gióVietnamese
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