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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwindedwind‧ed /ˈwɪndɪd/ adjective  BREATHEunable to breathe easily, because you have been running or you have been hit in the stomach
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windedClimbing the hill left him winded.She lay at the bottom, winded and in pain.I was feeling winded, as if I had been shot.When Lucie put Gabriel down, he was blowing like a winded horse.
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