I emerged out of the subway into a blustery, bone-chilling Manhattan morning.
Middleton's navy MaxMara jacket and Orla Kiely skirt, however, were no match for the blustery weather.
By turns bossy, blustery, and self-deprecating, Frida insinuates herself into every aspect of the place.
And Winpisinger was a piece of work: a blustery, belligerent, union militant.
The Pakistani government promised help, backtracked, and then became indignant and blustery.
This blustery month of bad weather out of doors you can have a delightful time with your indoor garden.
The next night was a dirty one—no rain to speak of, but dark and blustery.
Its climate, except for a few months of summer, is raw and blustery.
A fine, calm day, though cold, had succeeded the blustery one.
And like a puff of wholesome, blustery wind the doctor was off.