blasty

blasty

(ˈblɑːstɪ)
adj, blastier or blastiest
1. blustery
2. obsolete inducing blight
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Yn y rhaglen gyntaf cawn weld sut mae hen blasty ar lan y Fenai yn Sir Fon wedi cael ei droi'n fflatiau moethus, a'r her sy'n wynebu'r gwerthwr tai Dafydd Hardy i'w gwerthu nhw.
The 18-inch barrel seems to be a pretty good "sporting" compromise between a blasty 16-inch barrel and the slightly more ballistically efficient 20 inches.
Robert Puw o Blasty Penrhyn Creuddyn, ei gefnder Huw Thomas - o Chwitffordd, William Davies offeiriad crefyddol a ferthyrwyd ym Miwmaris yn 1593.
His confidence grows as he begins giving orders to his friends to build a fire, no doubt repeating orders delivered to him by his father: "Time for the blasty boughs.
I've called it blasty, touchy, hard to reload and not worth the cost to gain the performance.
POPPYS LOVE (Race 1) is set to make all the running while AMBERVALE BLASTY (Race 2) can get into a nice position early doors and stay on best.
The histrionically unimpeachable Emalie Savoy was a mixed vocal blessing as Fiordiligi: plenty of size and color midrange, but a weakish chest voice and a top that often emerged blasty and harsh.
Cartref cyfnither i mi, hostel ieuenctid, hosteli annibynnol, tai crand, gwely a brecwast, hen blasty - unrhyw le.
It's enough that ESPN's Chris Berman hosting a MNF pregame ``blast'' is about as blasty as a shot of seltzer water from a bottle.
Actually "powered down" is a bit misleading; the duty load was considerably more powerful than most service rounds of the day and certainly more controllable than the blasty stuff--particularly in the Model 58 S&W.
Mae'r creyr yn aml iawn yn nythu hefo'i gilydd i ffurfio creyrfa, ac yn aros yn yr un lle gan fagu flwyddyn ar ol blwyddyn, ac mae yna gred ei bod yn lwcus iawn cael creyrfa ar dir fferm neu blasty.