blustery[ bluhs-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF blustery
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLUSTERY
Its climate, except for a few months of summer, is raw and blustery.
The next night was a dirty one—no rain to speak of, but dark and blustery.
When he reached Cincinnati it was snowing, a windy, blustery snow.
A fine, calm day, though cold, had succeeded the blustery one.
And like a puff of wholesome, blustery wind the doctor was off.
Just a narrow neck of land had separated them that blustery night.
The blustery afternoon settled into a calm as the sun went down, and a change came with the night.
It had been a blustery day, and as night came on the wind increased in violence, until it fairly howled around Oak Hall.
His manners were by no means agreeable to Andrew; he was quite too "blustery," and was dangerous when in one of his fits.
To play three rounds over Blackheath on a cold, blustery winters day is a mans task.