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Blustery   /blˈəstəri/   Listen
Blustery

adjective
1.
Blowing in violent and abrupt bursts.  Synonyms: blustering, blusterous.  "A cold blustery day" , "A gusty storm with strong sudden rushes of wind"
2.
Noisily domineering; tending to browbeat others.  Synonym: bullying.






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"Blustery" Quotes from Famous Books



... days of November soon compelled the boys to install a couple of heating stoves in the big building, and after that the place was warm and cheery throughout the working day, no matter how blustery and nippy the weather. At night the coals were carefully banked with ashes, to keep up a fair degree of warmth until ...
— Around the World in Ten Days • Chelsea Curtis Fraser



Words linked to "Blustery" :   bluster, blusterous, domineering, stormy



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