adjective, wind·i·er, wind·i·est.
- windward islands,
- windward passage,
- windy city,
- wine and dine,
- wine bar
Origin of windy
Examples from the Web for windy
The independent and go-getter spirit started young, with the band plastering posters throughout the Windy City.OK Go Is Helping Redefine the Music Video For the Internet Age|Lauren Schwartzberg|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His brother Sidronio immediately took over, and the Windy City reported no shortage of smack.
He paid his own way, joining older brother Jacob who had escaped to the Windy City earlier that year.‘The Harness Maker’s Dream:’ The Unlikely Ranch King of Texas|Nick Kotz|September 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
To save the Windy City, we have to use everything at our disposal.
The windows were sealed shut around the edges by duct tape but still rattled when it got windy.
The sky was windy; and between the rifts of the high-banked clouds the moon shone fitfully.Robert Tournay|William Sage
If the weather is cold and windy, cover it with straw or leaves and boards, which is necessary to produce the desired effect.The American Flower Garden Directory|Thomas Hibbert
The ordinary boiled cabbage is an indigestible "windy" vegetable, and should never be eaten.Food Remedies|Florence Daniel
On my return from Windy Creek I was fortunate enough to fall in with a farmer who lived near the hotel.
The next morning we reached Windy Creek, the station nearest our destination, and continued our journey by stage.