Thesaurus / wind-swept
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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On the wide, wind-swept landing, they studied his handiwork on the doors, and they made a discovery which Mrs. Brent had missed.
MOOR FIRESE. H. (EMILY HILDA) YOUNG
The pears are heavy and often drop before maturity, and the trees should not be set in wind-swept situations.
We roll some rocks from a wind-swept point, and then shudder to see them go.
THE COLUMBIA RIVERWILLIAM DENISON LYMAN
Out of this wind-swept waste of impenetrable darkness was to come the answer to these many questions that perplexed him—perhaps.
THE BANDBOXLOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
Once on a stretch of road, bare and wind-swept, he pushed him into a gallop.
THE IRON FURROWGEORGE C. SHEDD
It stood upon a frozen, wind-swept crag with the snow piled about it in treacherous, drifting masses.
None, at any rate, for those whose present is a wind-swept table-land.
A BED OF ROSESW. L. GEORGE
What motive could have taken her from her snug room on to the bleak, wind-swept hills?
DANGER! AND OTHER STORIESARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Following up some sheltered forested ravine to its head, we swing out upon the wind-swept slopes leading straight to the summit.
THE BOOK OF THE NATIONAL PARKSROBERT STERLING YARD
Rose-leaf complexions are rare on the sun-drenched, wind-swept prairies, and the more effective for that.
PEAK AND PRAIRIEANNA FULLER

WORDS RELATED TO WIND-SWEPT

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.