Words nearby windfall
Examples from the Web for windfall
It generates tragedy, violence, and a windfall for undertakers.Why Mexicans Are Enraged by Obama’s Big Tuesday Meeting|Ruben Navarrette Jr.|January 6, 2015|DAILY BEAST
With some areas, the differences are stark in terms of where this windfall lands.
Is this ignorant and sanitized speech truly a windfall for feminism?Lana Del Rey and the Fault in Our ‘Feminist’ Stars|Amy Zimmerman|June 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Vatican reinvested about 60% of its windfall in government bonds.
But then I learned about “glitching,” the exploitation of programming bugs that can provide a windfall of GTA money.
Suddenly he halted and shrank into the shelter of a windfall.Connie Morgan in the Lumber Camps|James B. Hendryx
But, at any rate, the news of Pincher's windfall was blurted far and wide, and his reputation rose accordingly.Pincher Martin, O.D.|H. Taprell Dorling
The man who gets a windfall spends his days watching the wind.The Call of the Twentieth Century|David Starr Jordan
Drew laughed and began sharing the windfall with the scouts.Ride Proud, Rebel!|Andre Alice Norton
Bear-dens, Gougou was informed, might be found where there was a windfall.The Cursed Patois|Mary Hartwell Catherwood
British Dictionary definitions for windfall
Cultural definitions for windfall
An unexpected profit from a business or other source. The term connotes gaining huge profits without working for them — for example, when oil companies profit from a temporary scarcity of oil.