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Adjective: winded  win-did
  1. Breathing laboriously or convulsively
    "One ever-excitable character had launched into one of her recognizably enthusiastic and long-winded stories"; "The short-winded little man departed";
    - blown, pursy [archaic], short-winded
Verb: wind (winded,winding,winds)  wind
  1. Catch the scent of; get wind of
    - scent, nose

See also: breathless, dyspeic, dyspneal [N. Amer], dyspneic [Brit, N. Amer], dyspnoeal [Brit, Cdn], dyspnoeic [Brit, Cdn], dyspoeic

Type of: smell

Encyclopedia: Winded

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