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See definition of windswept on Dictionary.com
  • as inraw
  • as inwindy
  • as inbleak

synonyms for windswept

  • bitter
  • cold
  • wet
  • chill
  • chilly
  • damp
  • freezing
  • biting
  • bleak
  • breezy
  • piercing
  • wind-swept
  • windy
  • desolate
  • austere
  • dreary
  • chilly
  • cold
  • grim
  • bare
  • blank
  • burned
  • cleared
  • desert
  • deserted
  • exposed
  • flat
  • gaunt
  • open
  • raw
  • stripped
  • unsheltered
  • weather-beaten
  • wild
  • bombed
  • blighted
  • deforested
  • scorched
  • unpopulated
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antonyms for windswept

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  • friendly
  • hot
  • responsive
  • sympathetic
  • warm
  • clean
  • clement
  • cooked
  • done
  • experienced
  • good
  • healed
  • healthy
  • moral
  • pleasant
  • sophisticated
  • well-done
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How to use windswept in a sentence

Then Tchekoff takes us to a postal station to show us another type of the "Windswept Grain."
CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN NOVELISTSSERGE PERSKY
"The Windswept Grain" shows the reader a religious establishment, where a young Jew, recently converted, has taken refuge.
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The high school occupies a treeless, grassless, windswept block by itself.
WHAT EIGHT MILLION WOMEN WANTRHETA CHILDE DORR
To the north the great, flat, windswept Dasht-i-Margo, about as desolate and arid a region as fancy could depict.
THE GATES OF INDIATHOMAS HOLDICH
At last his newly returned strength failing him, he threw himself down in the dry windswept heather.
DIANA TEMPEST, VOLUME III (OF 3)MARY CHOLMONDELEY
This great, featureless, windswept plateau keeps but a scanty population of less than three millions.
A WAYFARER IN CHINAELIZABETH KENDALL
When they mounted to the windswept headland the visitor looked about with glowing eyes, breathing deeply.
SHEILA OF BIG WRECK COVEJAMES A. COOPER
Higher up along the hill's ridge went rocketing east and west the windswept highway from Oxford over the wold to Gloucestershire.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 2COMPTON MACKENZIE
The low-ceilinged room was very warm, its comfort seemed enervating, and he felt braced as he thought of the windswept prairie.
THE GIRL FROM KELLER'SHAROLD BINDLOSS
Devant walked with Thornly to the outer door, and then to the windswept piazza.
JANET OF THE DUNESHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
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WORDS RELATED TO WINDSWEPT

  • austere
  • bare
  • blank
  • blighted
  • bombed
  • burned
  • chilly
  • cleared
  • cold
  • deforested
  • desert
  • deserted
  • desolate
  • dreary
  • exposed
  • flat
  • gaunt
  • grim
  • open
  • raw
  • scorched
  • stripped
  • unpopulated
  • unsheltered
  • weather-beaten
  • wild
  • windswept
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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