gustily


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gust·y

 (gŭs′tē)
adj. gust·i·er, gust·i·est
1. Blowing in or marked by gusts: a gusty storm.
2. High-flown, wordy, or overwrought: gusty rhetoric.

gust′i·ly adv.
gust′i·ness n.
Translations
بِصورَة عاصِفَه
bouřlivěvětrně
med pludselige stød
szelesen
meî hviîum/hryîjum
veterno
ara sıra şiddetlenerek

gustily

advböig, stürmisch

gust

(gast) noun
a sudden blast (of wind). gusts of wind of up to eighty kilometres an hour.
ˈgusty adjective
a gusty day.
ˈgustily adverb
ˈgustiness noun
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The flickering light was blinding and confusing, and a thin hail smote gustily at my face as I drove down the slope.
Finally, he made a start at the teapot, gustily rattled a quantity of tea into it from a canister, and set off for the common kitchen to fill it with hot water.
The WRENs gustily sang along and danced while some in the crowd were moved to tears.
Snow fell indoors and the film's signature tune Let It Go was sung gustily back at the ice by parents and children alike.
Passengers waiting for trains here needed to wrap up warm as the wind blew gustily in from the River Mersey.