Origin of gusty1
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Examples from the Web for gustily
“It will disturb—them,” he said gustily, in between his sobs.
Carlyle has chanted all this gustily enough but there is kindling truth in his stormy music.Modern Religious Cults and Movements
Gaius Glenn Atkins
I was not mistaken; some one opened the door by which we had entered, gustily, violently, and drew my companion away.Charles Auchester, Volume 1 of 2
“I beg your pardon,” cried Alexia gustily, and plunging up unsteadily.
The rain had slackened considerably, but the wind still blew hard and gustily.Four Afloat
Ralph Henry Barbour
- blowing or occurring in gusts or characterized by blustery weathera gusty wind
- given to sudden outbursts, as of emotion or temperament
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Word Origin and History for gustily
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