blowy[ bloh-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF blowy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLOWY
Some days it was so cold and blowy that Bunny and Sue could not go out.
The waiter handed her her cloak, and they went out into the blowy dark night.
Hobden broke open the potato and ate it with the curious neatness of men who make most of their meals in the blowy open.
A sailor goes through more downright hard work on a blowy night than these fellows do in a year.
It came on very dark and blowy; and as it was too late to make a harbour, we gave the shore a wide berth, and ran on.
To our surprise the weather, which in the evening had been calm and frosty, had become wet and blowy.
On a blowy Sunday afternoon in February the chief clerk received a wire calling him to the office of the general manager.
It was a blowy October night and we talked in firelight, as befitted the ghostly circumstances.
It was a nasty day, rainy and blowy and cold, and most of the fellows were huddling indoors around the radiators.
It was a rough and blowy night when Cowperwood started for this institution under duress.