Another word for wind
Air in motion
draft, air current, mistral, breeze, gust, gale, blast, flurry, whisk, whiff, puff, whirlwind, flutter, wafting, zephyr, trade wind, northeaster, southwester, sirocco, tempest, blow, cyclone, typhoon, twister, hurricane, sandstorm, foehn, prevailing westerlies, stiff breeze, spanking breeze, Chinook, khamsin, Zephyrus, Boreas.
wind is the general term for any natural movement of air, whether of high or low velocity or great or little force; breeze is popularly applied to a light, fresh wind and, meteorologically, to a wind having a velocity of from 4 to 31 miles an hour; gale is popularly applied to a strong, somewhat violent wind and, meteorologically, to a wind having a velocity of from 32 to 63 miles an hour; gust and blast apply to sudden, brief winds, gust suggesting a light puff, and blast a driving rush, of air; zephyr is a poetic term for a soft, gentle breezeget<strong> <em>or</em> </strong>have wind of*
Another word for windnoun
A natural movement or current of air:air, blast, blow1, breeze, gust, zephyr. (Archaic) gale. See breath
To move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course:coil, corkscrew, curl, entwine, meander, snake, spiral, twine, twist, weave, wreathe. See repetition, straight
To introduce gradually and slyly:edge, foist, infiltrate, insinuate, work, worm. See enter