2 he waited while Jez got his wind back
3 you do talk a lot of wind
informal hogwash, baloney, tripe, drivel, bilge, bosh, bull, bunk, rot, hot air, eyewash, piffle, poppycock, phooey, hooey, malarkey, twaddle, guff
boastful talk, bombast, bluster, fanfaronade
Scottish & Northern English informal havers
Irish informal codology
Australian/New Zealand vulgar slang bulldust
5 a concerto for piano, violin, and wind
get wind of
- informal White House officials got wind of the planhear about/of, learn of, find out about, become aware of, be made aware of, be told about, be informed of, hear tell of, have brought to one's noticeinformal hear something on the grapevine
in the wind
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relating to the wind
anemotropicrelated prefix, as in
instrument for measuring wind speed
wind something down
wind someone up
- 1British informal I knew Katie was just winding me upannoy, vexAustralian/New Zealand informal poke mullock at, poke borak at, sling off atBritish vulgar slang take the piss out ofdated make sport of, twit
- 2 Alan was getting hot under the collar—David seemed to be winding him up on purposeannoy, anger, irritate, exasperate, get/put someone's back up, nettle, pique, get on someone's nerves, ruffle someone's feathers;informal aggravate, rile, niggle, get in someone's hair, get to, bug, miff, peeve, get under someone's skin, get up someone's nose, hack offNorth American informal ridevulgar slang piss off
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