- [[t]wɪnd bloʊn[/t]]
also windblown1) ADJ You can use wind-blown to indicate that something has been blown from one place to another by the wind.
...the wind-blown sand which forms the 60 ft dunes.2) ADJ-GRADED If something such as someone's hair is wind-blown, it is untidy because it has been blown about by the wind.
His blond hair was windblown.
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