a.1.(Forestry) Shaken by the wind;
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
A flickering sunlight fell upon the wind-shaken lilac trees in the square enclosure.
In the opening ceremony of the festival, Fishawy appeared on the stage while introducing the opening film "Sheikh Jackson", and stated "I hope we can watch the film on this sh y thing," referring to the wind-shaken screen.
I can make out the raspy voices of winter coats crammed into an overcrowded closet, vicariously reliving the memories of their wearers: the tick-infested wool & wind-shaken cicada shells of autumn nights--empty bottles of perfume lulled to sleep by a bride's brutal lullaby.