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Blustery

Antonyms of BLUSTERY
Examples of usage:
  1. But he went into Papistry, not long after; and made other sudden turns and misventures: to all appearance, rather an abrupt, blustery, uncertain Herr. - "History Of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. III. (of XXI.) Frederick The Great--The Hohenzollerns In Brandenburg--1412-1718" by Thomas Carlyle
  2. One cold blustery day I had left " Susan" at the works in Boulogne and was walking along by the fish market when I saw a young fair- haired staff officer coming along the pavement toward me. - "Fanny Goes to War" by Pat Beauchamp
  3. There were to be, however, a few geesly cold days on the river along about Wenatchee, and two or three mighty blustery blows in the Cascades. - "Down the Columbia" by Lewis R. Freeman
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Synonyms for blustery | Synonym.com

Synonyms and antonyms for blustery. 1. blustery (adj.) blowing in violent and abrupt bursts. Synonyms: blusterous,; stormy,; blustering. Antonyms: calm ...

turbulent synonym | English synonyms dictionary | Reverso

turbulent synonyms, antonyms, English dictionary, English language, definition, ... 1 agitated, blustery, boiling, choppy, confused, disordered, foaming, furious, ...

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Bluster | Definition of Bluster by Merriam-Webster

Thesaurus: All synonyms and antonyms for "bluster" Spanish Central: ... But the 26-year-old Diamonds singer clearly wasn't being BLUSTERY about her wealth ...

Blustery Synonyms, Blustery Antonyms | Merriam-Webster Thesaurus

marked by strong wind or more wind than usual <it can be a bit risky to drive across the bridge on a blustery day> Synonyms blowy, {h,1}windy, breezy, gusty,  ...
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