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/ wɪnd /
Also called anemosis. a flaw in wood supposed to be caused by the action of strong winds upon the trunk of the tree.
such flaws collectively.
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Origin of wind shake
First recorded in 1535–45
Also called cup shake.
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British Dictionary definitions for wind shake
/ (wɪnd) /
a crack between the annual rings in wood: caused by strong winds bending the tree trunk
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