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windblown

[ wind-blohn ]
/ ˈwɪndˌbloʊn /
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adjective
blown by the wind: windblown hair.
(of trees) growing in a certain shape because of strong prevailing winds.
(of a hairstyle) bobbed short, with the ends combed toward the forehead.
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Origin of windblown

First recorded in 1585–95; wind1 + blown1
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British Dictionary definitions for windblown

windblown
/ (ˈwɪndˌbləʊn) /

adjective
blown by the wind
(of a woman's hair style) cut short and combed to look as though it has been dishevelled by the wind
(of trees, shrubs, etc) growing in a shape determined by the prevailing winds
NZ (of trees) felled by the wind
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