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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "wind" in a sentence

    wind example sentences

    wind


    winding


    winds


    wound


    1. Vera’s wind chime voice slurs from the bar doorway


    2. But she had to admit, she could almost feel the wind in her hair and the thrill of old Earth as it must have been before the motor laws


    3. ‘But …’ he collapses onto the bench all the wind taken out of his sails


    4. The wind was knocked out of Silence


    5. He landed on the ceiling with a groan, just before The Operator landed on top of him and knocked the wind out of his lungs


    6. A wild gust of wind attacked him and slipped inside


    7. Upon seeing the eyes of the little beast, Topher whipped the door into a closed position, silencing the violent wind, though the child’s greedy finger, writhing like a serpent, burrowed its way into his thoughts


    8. Slowly, the moons and all the brilliant stars return, the sea pounds, the wind blows


    9. I dreamed that the wind was


    10. It is raining fairly hard and the wind is picking up

















































































    1. " He might not have taken the winding nature of the interconnects into account because he had never been there


    2. ’ Adrian started, then, realizing that his wife is winding him up, bursts out laughing


    3. It took another hour before her battered old car finally struggled up the winding roads and steep hills that lead to his remote home in South-West County Wickford


    4. under the weight of its own floral winding sheet, using vegetation as a shield against


    5. twisted round him like a winding sheet


    6. help guide tourists along a winding path from these studios to the taverna that


    7. I felt rough fibres catching at the corners of my mouth as though I were being force fed a winding sheet, and then, as stars started to explode across my eyelids, I realised with a flood of relief that my head and shoulders were still covered by the sacking


    8. We blustered across the tarmac to the arrivals hall which was more like someone's lounge and after about ten minutes, to my immense relief, I recognised my luggage on the carousel looking forlorn and winding its way towards me like a prisoner finally released


    9. across the back of a chair, a winding cloth


    10. following the winding path


















































































    1. Is it very wet? Fog? Winds? Where are you located? Your state will have its own special environmental issues that you will have to deal with


    2. blown away on the winds of maternal fate


    3. the banks of great Huang He, and it was I who blew the winds of the Bhola Cyclone


    4. black, his flowing locks streaming in the winds and currents of calamitous fatality as


    5. as the wolf prince, this Lord of the North Winds, revealed himself to her


    6. that he was, could sit on a mountain side and wait for the chill winds and sleets of


    7. It was like a love of dogs, of some farmyard animal, loved while useful, loved while sitting by the fire on a cold evening, one ear cocked for the intruding fox, but not a love enduring or warm when the cold winds of survival blow


    8. Sailors hated it because what winds made it down there were gusty and tricky


    9. So had it been when the great one’s son was born of a strong peasant girl chosen for the task and then discarded, a dry husk blown away on the winds of maternal fate


    10. With each item listed in his panoply of destruction, images flowed and twisted together, images of limbs and contorted faces, of blood and bone and rock, and in the midst of it all, as if conducting a violent symphony of discord, there stood the man in black, his flowing locks streaming in the winds and currents of calamitous fatality as his arms gesticulated wildly

















































































    1. He wound down and asked, "You can't be serious?"


    2. The dog’s wound healed and my accomplishment was celebrated


    3. She was pretty sure from the depth of the dust that Jorma and Venna had not discovered it either, but Hernon was too wound to listen to that much reason


    4. They wound up doing Morningday breakfast at the camp since Venna slept in and Jorma wouldn't leave her there alone


    5. I would dream up the most vivid scenarios of me pulling off his toenails or tying him up in barbed wire or cutting off his penis and shoving it in a knife wound in his side


    6. She wound up saying she might be detained a little longer than she had hoped but things were moving along and Herndon swore he still needed her help


    7. "Flopkins here has to put his magic teeth back into your anvil wound


    8. slowly down the lane, following a left hand bend as the road wound down and along


    9. To be honest doostEr didn't much care which Brazilian wound up with the crate as long as he got his pay


    10. As she lapped at the wound, she looked into Johnny’s


















































































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    Synonyms for "wind"

    twist wind winding breaking wind fart farting flatus wind instrument confidential information hint lead steer tip idle words jazz malarkey malarky nothingness air current current of air hoist lift wreathe wind up roll twine wrap meander thread wander weave nose scent curve gossip report suggestion intimation breeze gale gust bluster blast air draught vanity flatulence emptiness bend turn swerve snake convolute coil curl entwine corkscrew encircle

    "wind" definitions

    air moving (sometimes with considerable force) from an area of high pressure to an area of low pressure


    a tendency or force that influences events


    breath


    empty rhetoric or insincere or exaggerated talk


    an indication of potential opportunity


    a musical instrument in which the sound is produced by an enclosed column of air that is moved by bellows or the human breath


    a reflex that expels intestinal gas through the anus


    the act of winding or twisting


    to move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course


    extend in curves and turns


    arrange or or coil around


    catch the scent of; get wind of


    coil the spring of (some mechanical device) by turning a stem


    form into a wreath


    raise or haul up with or as if with mechanical help