Definition of windborne in English:

windborne

Line breaks: wind|borne
Pronunciation: /ˈwɪndbɔːn
 
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adjective

Transported by the wind: clouds of windborne leaves or pollen
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  • Elevated sections of roads, including bridges, and sections lying in low ground or where the topography channels windborne cold air, are more prone to freezing and may need special attention.
  • Their pollens are very heavy and sticky and they are not windborne.
  • It's also possible that midwestern grazing lands are being repopulated each spring by windborne flies from the South.

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