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Another word for wind

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Noun
  1. A natural movement or current of air

    See also:

    breath

Verb
  1. To expose to circulating air

    See also:

    open

    breath

  2. To move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

  3. To introduce gradually and slyly

    See also:

    enter

Idioms:

    wind-up

  1. To bring or come to a natural or proper end

Another word for wind

Synonym Study

  • Zephyr is a poetic term for a soft, gentle breeze
  • Gust and blast apply to sudden, brief winds, gust suggesting a light puff, and blast a driving rush, of air
  • 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
  • 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
  • Wind is the general term for any natural movement of air, whether of high or low velocity or great or little force