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adjective as in airless

adjective as in breezeless

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In the longer term, transitioning to renewable energy will require accounting for intermittency, which means building a huge amount of energy storage so power is available on cloudy or windless days.

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That will ease pressure on Germany’s congested power grid and also provide a ready supply of backup energy for dark, windless periods.

Trees in a windless silence sprang straight upward from the brink.

And Tatsu listened without sound or motion; only his eyes burned like beacons in a windless night.

It was near the top of the flood, and the Merry Men were roaring in the windless quiet of the night.

So windless was the air that the smoke remained like some solemn upraised finger pointing from earth to heaven.

Doubled up by a swinging blow from a bag stood the leader of the Moderns, grunting and gasping in his windless agony.


On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to windless, such as: breezeless, and unstirring.

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