blustery


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blus·ter

 (blŭs′tər)
v. blus·tered, blus·ter·ing, blus·ters
v.intr.
1. To blow in loud, violent gusts, as the wind during a storm.
2.
a. To speak in a loudly arrogant or bullying manner.
b. To brag or make loud, empty threats.
v.tr.
To force or bully with swaggering threats.
n.
1. A violent, gusty wind.
2. Turbulence or noisy confusion.
3. Loud, arrogant speech, often full of empty threats.

[Middle English blusteren, from Middle Low German blüsteren.]

blus′ter·er n.
blus′ter·y, blus′ter·ous adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.blustery - blowing in violent and abrupt bursts; "blustering (or blusterous) winds of Patagonia"; "a cold blustery day"; "a gusty storm with strong sudden rushes of wind"
stormy - (especially of weather) affected or characterized by storms or commotion; "a stormy day"; "wide and stormy seas"
2.blustery - noisily domineering; tending to browbeat others
domineering - tending to domineer

blustery

adjective gusty, wild, violent, stormy, windy, tempestuous, inclement, squally, blusterous a cool, blustery day
Translations
هُبوبُ العاصِفَه، عَرْبَدَةُ الرّيح
vichrný
stormfuld
lökésszerû
ókyrr, misvindasamur
burácajúci

blustery

[ˈblʌstərɪ] ADJ [wind] → tempestuoso; [day] → de mucho viento

blustery

[ˈblʌstəri] adj [weather] → venteux/euse, à bourrasques; [wind] → qui souffle en rafales

blustery

adj wind, daystürmisch

blustery

[ˈblʌstərɪ] adj (wind) → a raffiche; (day) → ventoso/a; (weather) → burrascoso/a

blush

(blaʃ) noun
a red glow on the skin caused by shame, embarrassment etc.
verb
to show shame, embarrassment etc by growing red in the face. That girl blushes easily.
ˈblustery (ˈblastari) adjective
(of the wind) blowing in irregular, strong gusts. a blustery day.
References in classic literature ?
We were talking about what it is like to spend one's childhood in little towns like these, buried in wheat and corn, under stimulating extremes of climate: burning summers when the world lies green and billowy beneath a brilliant sky, when one is fairly stifled in vegetation, in the color and smell of strong weeds and heavy harvests; blustery winters with little snow, when the whole country is stripped bare and gray as sheet-iron.
And the blustery weather couldn't spoil it for the newlyweds who wrapped up for a stroll in the hills
TREVOR Benjamin opened the scoring on a blustery day at the Causeway Stadium, firing in from a Paul Watson corner after 34 minutes to give the visitors the lead.
Reigning world superbike champion Troy Bayliss put his local knowledge to good use on the first day of official testing at his home circuit of Phillip Island, clocking the fastest lap despite blustery conditions.
It was Malisse, however, who began to take control in the second set, putting the Henman serve under increasing pressure in the blustery conditions.
He ignored the blustery conditions to slot five conversions and two penalties as Hawks thumped Stirling County 41-6.
Forecasters are predicting further showers on Wednesday, with those in southern and western areas becoming heavy, blustery and thundery at times.
Met Eireann have forecast an "unsettled and blustery" week ahead - with the mercury set to drop to 2C tonight.
Fully restored trams were lit up for afterdark driving, as passengers were offered twilight rides and took advantage of some great - if a little blustery - photo opportunities.
Both teams battled hard through the first half and good discipline from both teams kept the number of chances to a minimum in very windy and blustery conditions that prevented a spectacle for the supporters.
At a blustery Royal Melbourne the USA held on to their Presidents Cup lead depsite Tiger Woods still not contributing a point.
1 IN BLUSTERY conditions, Town were first out of the blocks with debutant Rennie going close from long range.