Imagine, then, standing on this wind-swept height as Rimbaud did, almost out of your mind with the sheer power of your mind.
Below him was a shrinking, dwindling landscape, wind-swept and desolate.
The stars were thick above them in the wind-swept autumn night.
She stood at the doorway of the tent of skins, staring across the wind-swept channel with a blank despair looking from her eyes.
And their tolerant smile will hurt us under the wind-swept grass.
When she was gone he moved away along the wind-swept deck with his collar up to his ears and his head bent to the gale.
There was no fire in this wind-swept chamber of Auntie Jan's.
The hills were wind-swept, huddling their scant oak covering into the protecting folds of shallow canons.
What is the cost of a day in Spring—A wind-swept, rain-washed golden day?
Yorkshire has not yet recovered; it is still a wind-swept moorland.