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Adjective: windy (windier,windiest)  win-dee
  1. Abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezes
    "a windy bluff";
    - blowy, breezy
  2. Not practical or realizable; speculative
    "windy theories about socioeconomic improvement";
    - airy, impractical, visionary, Laputan
  3. Resembling the wind in speed, force, or variability
    "a windy dash home"
  4. [informal] Using or containing too many words
    "windy speakers";
    - long-winded, tedious, verbose, wordy
  5. [Brit, informal] Generating excessive gas in the alimentary canal
    - flatulent
Adjective: windy[2]  wIn-dee
  1. Marked by repeated turns and bends
    "a windy[2] road up the mountain";
    - tortuous, twisting, twisty, winding, voluminous

Derived forms: windier, windiest

See also: crooked, fast, indigestible, procellous [archaic], prolix, stormy, utopian, verbal

Encyclopedia: Windy, West Virginia