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blustery in Nature topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblusteryblus‧ter‧y /ˈblʌstəri/ adjective  DNblustery weather is very windy a cold and blustery day
Examples from the Corpus
blusteryI keep a firm grip on my hat and stare into the blustery abyss.The last day of the finals was blustery and cold.The warmth that I enjoy inside on this blustery day comes from the burning of red maple and ash.Like that time he'd taken her to Dublin, one blustery day in February of 1821.Outside it was cold and blustery, speckled with droplets of water gusting against his face.Now, she stammered in his presence, gone the blustery Trudy her girlfriends knew.During the night the wind got up, and the morning dawned grey and blustery, with bursts of heavy rain.