adjective, gust·i·er, gust·i·est.
Related formsgust·i·ly, adverbgust·i·ness, noun
Definition for gusty (2 of 2)
adjective, gust·i·er, gust·i·est. Chiefly Scot.
Examples from the Web for gusty
Netanyahu is like a man driving a car with poor wheel alignment in a gusty cross wind.
Gusty, shooting the grouse on the moors, had found his purse emptied of its last coin.Johnny Ludlow. First Series|Mrs. Henry Wood
But the storm is too furious to last, and she soon subsides with a gusty sob and a short snort.Lotus Buds|Amy Carmichael
The day was raw and gusty; an east wind, charged with storm, penetrated my nerves with irritating keenness.Wonders of the Yellowstone|James Richardson
Does it not seem surprising that I can keep the lamp alight, through all this gusty weather, in so frail a lantern?The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 23 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
Fog, blown by a raw, gusty wind delayed them considerably that day.The Island of Yellow Sands|E. C. [Ethel Claire] Brill