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Noun
The perceptible natural movement of the air in the environment
“I stretched out my arms, lifted my face up to the sun, and felt the wind blow through me.”
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Breath as needed in physical exertion, speech, etc.
“The wind was knocked out of him, and he lay on the floor gasping for breath.”
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Air swallowed while eating or gas generated in the stomach and intestines by digestion
“It is reputed as a drug which dispels wind from the stomach and counteracts spasmodic disorders.”
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A general direction in which something is developing or changing
“I follow the Moskva, down to Gorky Park, listening to the wind of change.”
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Foolish or empty talk
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“Like your counterparts who have achieved nothing, you're all wind and air.”
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News of an event, especially by hearsay or gossip
“Kelly's boo caught wind of her dalliance with his Nelly.”
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Something that bends or curves or that is curved in shape
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“There's one last westerly wind to the road before it merges into the main highway.”
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A trail indicated by the characteristic smell of an animal and perceptible to hounds or other animals
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(the elements) Atmospheric forces such as strong winds and rains
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Mental or emotional strength that enables courage in the face of adversity
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A steady, continuous stream or supply of something
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Verb
To move in or take a twisting or spiral course
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“Ten miles of bike paths wind through the property and link up with a more extensive regional trail network.”
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To pass (something) round a thing or person so as to encircle or enfold
“I tear off a long strip of bandage and wind it around Larry's injured shoulder.”
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To repeatedly twist or coil (a length of something) round itself or a core
“The widow, hypnotized and enchanted, continues to wind the wool into a ball.”
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To insert or introduce in a stealthy way
“Greed would once again wind itself into his thoughts and actions.”
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To move past someone or something with force
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To move aside or to and fro in a sudden or quick manner
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To pass or wind a length of something through an opening
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To walk aimlessly or for pleasure
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To form or collect into a ball
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To alter something from its true state, typically to deceive
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Move fast in a straight line because or as if driven by the wind
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Form into small surface creases or wrinkles
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Wriggle or twist the body from side to side, especially as a result of nervousness or discomfort
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Lose one's balance and stagger or lurch violently
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To pant or breathe hard or with difficulty
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Hoist or haul with a winch
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To cool (someone or something) by waving an object to create a current of air
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To turn the crankshaft of (an internal combustion engine) in order to start the engine
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To emit or cause to emit sound
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