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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nature
windstormwind‧storm /ˈwɪndstɔːm $ -stɔːrm/ noun [countable]  DNa period of bad weather with strong winds but not much rain
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windstormThe ancients shared in nature by echoing the violence of a windstorm or thunder squall.Then a bad windstorm removed his head and a Styrofoam replacement was added to create an equine beast.The background looked like a swirling Martin windstorm.
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