noun Chiefly Scot.
Origin of wynd
Examples from the Web for wynd
Mr. Wynd said the shrinking process includes filling the head with hot sand and boiling it with herbs.
“The main idea of the museum is to cheer people up,” Wynd says.
“Curiosity cabinets are really a 16th century thing of trying to understand the world,” Wynd says.
There, Wynd confesses that he had spent the night sleeping on the floor, after a technical glitch was discovered around midnight.
According to Wynd, “Freddie Mercury once said he wanted to lead a Victorian life surrounded by exquisite clutter.”
And with that Macfarlane took his departure and drove off up the wynd in his gig to get under cover before daylight.Tales and Fantasies|Robert Louis Stevenson
Gow, and Hal of the Wynd, as heathens used to summon their deities by different epithets.The Fair Maid of Perth|Sir Walter Scott
A wrought-iron lantern hanging in an arched opening, lighted the entrance to the wynd.
The Flushing went out, but, wynd proving contrary, retorned back to Cochy roade.Diary of Richard Cocks Vol. I|Richard Cocks
Tailed by scuffling gamins, the strange little procession moved quickly down the wynd and turned into the roaring Cowgate.