Definition of blowy in English:

blowy

Syllabification: blow·y
Pronunciation: /ˈblō-ē
 
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adjective (blowier, blowiest)

Having or affected by strong winds; windy or windswept: a blowy day
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  • Barely 12 hours after the final round of the British Open at blowy, blustery Royal Lytham and the newly-crowned champion and chums were cracking away on the other side of the world.
  • It was very blowy and some of the greens were tricky but I hit the ball fantastically well and missed only four or five greens which is pretty good out there.
  • Talking of storms, this interview is potentially a bit blowy for me, too: I once had to apologise to a Lady for falsely accusing her of being German (she is half-French and half-Russian and also a British citizen).
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