gusty

[ guhs-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF gusty

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GUSTY

He might have stayed his hand then, but for the gusty rage that swept him on to the crime.

But, in a gusty, uncertain wind it must use its wings or alight somewhere.

For a second he stared; then dropped his arms with one of his big, gusty laughs.

That afternoon she was very tired, for it had started to rain, cold, gusty March rain.

If it's a middlin' good-lookin' young woman with a satchel, that's 'Gusty.

I 'm afraid I 've forgotten more than that, Gusty; but let us hope for the best.

But, dear Gusty, remember how much to your advantage that settlement would have been.

I hope, Gusty, you 'll have the firmness to reject such an offer.

"She has heard of all your good-nature, and is very grateful to you," said Gusty.

Vague and blurred like the play of gusty rain, the crowds darkened the pavements.

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