Meaning & Definition of Windy in English
1. Abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezes
- "Blowy weather"
- "A windy bluff"
- blowy ,
- breezy ,
2. Not practical or realizable
- "Airy theories about socioeconomic improvement"
- "Visionary schemes for getting rich"
- airy ,
- impractical ,
- visionary ,
- Laputan ,
3. Resembling the wind in speed, force, or variability
- "A windy dash home"
4. Using or containing too many words
- "Long-winded (or windy) speakers"
- "Verbose and ineffective instructional methods"
- "Newspapers of the day printed long wordy editorials"
- "Proceedings were delayed by wordy disputes"
- long-winded ,
- tedious ,
- verbose ,
- windy ,
Examples of using
It's cold and windy outdoors.
The weather is windy.
It was very windy yesterday.