- without wind; calm: a windless summer afternoon.
- out of breath.
Origin of windless
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Examples from the Web for windless
They are still, still in the calm of the brightest day, or in the chill of a windless night.The Golden Woman
The day was windless, and there they stayed, hour after hour, without any stir or motion.The Storm-Cloud of the Nineteenth Century
The sheltered dell was windless, but here a stiff breeze blew.Greyfriars Bobby
Windless it lies as it falls or rises out of Chaos that encompasses all.The Masque of the Elements
The heat in the windless underbrush, alive with insects, was stifling.The Backwoodsmen
Charles G. D. Roberts