- s used especially of trees; growing in a shape determined by the prevailing winds
- The first ominous rumblings were heard in Peking at 3:40 on a rainy, windblown morning last week.
- By some accounts, she never recovered from the shock and drifted like a windblown leaf through relationships and jobs after graduation.
- And for all the TV footage of downed power lines and uprooted trees and windblown reporters, there were just a few reported deaths, and probably just a few billion dollars in .
- Susan Hockfield in CNN
This plaque will brighten the lives of windblown pedestrians,MIT President Susan Hockfield said during the presentation.
- Robin Roberts in Newsday
I should have left after nine,Roberts said, laughing. "It was a windblown fly ball. The wind was blowing in, that was the problem."
- Steve Squyres in ABC Science Online
Meanwhile "the first outcrop [Spirit's twin rover] Opportunity examined up close is finely-layered, buff-coloured and in the process of being eroded by windblown sand. Pictures taken......reveal......small spheres within the layered rocks,"...