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  • 1 wind-blown — [[t]wɪnd bloʊn[/t]] also windblown 1) ADJ You can use wind blown to indicate that something has been blown from one place to another by the wind. ...the wind blown sand which forms the 60 ft dunes. 2) ADJ GRADED If something such as someone s… …

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  • 2 wind·blown — /ˈwındˌbloʊn/ adj 1 : carried through the air by the wind windblown pollen 2 : made messy by the wind windblown hair …

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  • 3 wind-blown — UK [ˈwɪnd ˌbləʊn] / US [ˈwɪnd ˌbloʊn] adjective 1) carried along by the wind 2) looking untidy because of being blown around by the wind 3) New Zealand blown down by the wind …

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  • 4 wind-blown — …

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  • 5 wind-blown moss — also called  fork moss        any plant of the genus Dicranum (subclass Bryidae), numbering 94 species distributed primarily throughout the Northern Hemisphere. They form dense cushions on soil, logs, or rocks. More than 20 species are native to… …

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  • 6 The Wind Blown Hare — The Windblown Hare The Wind Blown Hare est un cartoon réalisé en 1949 par Robert McKimson mettant en scène les 3 petits cochons, Bugs Bunny et le loup. Synopsis Les 3 petits cochons (ils sont identiques mais leur couleurs de tee shirt diffèrent)… …

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  • 7 Wind power in Texas — consists of many wind farms with a total installed capacity of 5,604.65 megawatts (MW) from over 40 different projects. [American Wind Energy Association (2008). [http://www.awea.org/projects/default.aspx U.S. Wind Energy Projects] ] Texas… …

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  • 8 wind instrument — /wind/ a musical instrument sounded by the breath or other air current, as the trumpet, trombone, clarinet, or flute. [1575 85] * * * ▪ music Introduction       any musical instrument that uses air as the primary vibrating medium for the… …

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  • 9 wind|fall — «WIHND FL», noun. 1. a) fruit blown down from a tree or vine by the wind. b) a tree or trees blown down by the wind. 2. Figurative. an unexpected piece of good luck; unexpected acquisition or advantage: »a windfall of profits to bondholders (New… …

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  • 10 Wind shear — Wind shear, sometimes referred to as windshear or wind gradient, is a difference in wind speed and direction over a relatively short distance in the atmosphere. Wind shear can be broken down into vertical and horizontal components, with… …

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  • 11 wind-bell — /wind bel /, n. 1. a bell sounded by the action of the wind. 2. See wind chimes. [1920 25] * * * also called  wind chime         a bell or a cluster of resonating pieces that are moved and sounded by the wind. The wind bell has three basic forms …

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  • 12 wind tunnel — /wind/, Aeron. a tubular chamber or structure in which a steady current of air can be maintained at a controlled velocity, equipped with devices for measuring and recording forces and moments on scale models of complete aircraft or of their parts …

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  • 13 wind´i|ness — wind|y «WIHN dee», adjective, wind|i|er, wind|i|est. 1. having much wind: »a windy day, windy weather, the windy seas. 2. exposed to or blown upon or through by the wind: »a win …

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  • 14 wind´i|ly — wind|y «WIHN dee», adjective, wind|i|er, wind|i|est. 1. having much wind: »a windy day, windy weather, the windy seas. 2. exposed to or blown upon or through by the wind: »a win …

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  • 15 wind|y — «WIHN dee», adjective, wind|i|er, wind|i|est. 1. having much wind: »a windy day, windy weather, the windy seas. 2. exposed to or blown upon or through by the wind: »a win …

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  • 16 wind turbine — UK US noun [C] NATURAL RESOURCES, ENVIRONMENT ► a large tall structure with blades (= large, flat pieces) that are blown around by the wind producing electrical energy: »The wind turbines are visible on the horizon as you look out to sea …

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  • 17 wind chimes — or wind bells n. a cluster of small chimes or pendants of glass, ceramic, etc., hung so that they strike one another and tinkle when blown by the wind …

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  • 18 wind-swept — wind′ swept [[t]wɪnd[/t]] adj. exposed to or blown by the wind • Etymology: 1805–15 …

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  • 19 Wind — For other uses, see Wind (disambiguation). Wind, from the …

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  • 20 Wind wave — Ocean wave redirects here. For the film, see Ocean Waves (film). North Pacific storm waves as seen from the NOAA M/V Noble Star, Winter 1989 …

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