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wind·ed

 (wĭn′dĭd)
adj.
1. Having breath or respiratory power of a specified kind. Often used in combination: short-winded; broken-winded.
2. Out of breath: a winded runner.

winded

(ˈwɪndɪd)
adj
1. (Physiology) out of breath, as from strenuous exercise
2. (Physiology) (in combination) having breath or wind as specified: broken-winded; short-winded.

wind•ed

(ˈwɪn dɪd)

adj.
1. out of breath.
2. having wind or breath of a specified kind (usu. used in combination): short-winded.
[1400–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.winded - breathing laboriously or convulsively
breathless, dyspneal, dyspneic, dyspnoeal, dyspnoeic - not breathing or able to breathe except with difficulty; "breathless at thought of what I had done"; "breathless from running"; "followed the match with breathless interest"

winded

adjective out of breath, panting, puffed, breathless, gasping for breath, puffed out, out of puff, out of whack (informal) He fell to the ground and lay there, winded.
Translations

winded

adjatemlos, außer Atem

winded

adj (fam) sin aliento or aire
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In the midst of the grove was a fine lawn, sloping down towards the house, near the summit of which rose a plentiful spring, gushing out of a rock covered with firs, and forming a constant cascade of about thirty feet, not carried down a regular flight of steps, but tumbling in a natural fall over the broken and mossy stones till it came to the bottom of the rock, then running off in a pebly channel, that with many lesser falls winded along, till it fell into a lake at the foot of the hill, about a quarter of a mile below the house on the south side, and which was seen from every room in the front.
De Bracy winded his horn three times, and the archers and cross-bow men, who had manned the wall upon seeing their approach, hastened to lower the drawbridge, and admit them.
The captives had not long enjoyed their refreshment, however, ere their attention was disturbed even from this most serious occupation by the blast of a horn winded before the gate.
Suddenly the jaguar, attracted either by some slight movement on the part of Ned or Tom, or perhaps by having winded them, turned his head quickly and gazed with cruel eyes straight at the spot where the two young men stood behind the bushes.
So saying he clapped a horn on his lips and winded three merry notes.
She was about winded when it occurred to her to try working the dugout into the stream by loading the stern with ballast and then rocking the bow back and forth along the bank until the craft eventually worked itself into the river.
There he turned, winded, to await the oncoming foe.
Halting beneath this outer gate, the youth winded the horn which hung at his side in mimicry of the custom of the times.
He became the acknowledged strong man of Sonoma Valley, the heaviest lifter and hardest winded among a husky race of farmer folk.
The new Durrani Camp has now been winded up after the repatriation process completed, he said adding that special attention was being paid to the uplift of the areas where TDPs were being resettled in their areas.
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A rather long winded and belaboured story which may none the less appeal to the avid reader perhaps a girl--of about 8 who doesn't mind the chitter and chatter of class conscious 'young ladies'.