Windswept [adjective]

Definition of Windswept:

harsh, unpleasant, referring to weather

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Sentence/Example of Windswept:

It was raining, the long stretches of salt marsh were windswept and brown and bleak.

He passed through the airlock and out into the windswept desert.

But no cloud ever managed to look so rocky, so windswept, or so welcome.

Some in Turkish waters, others by the windswept heights of Norway and the Dane!

Who then are these people, and how do they live upon so small and windswept an island?

The land was windswept, and the sea came crying into the loch.

For his own forests and wild places are windswept and empty.

Our wet and slippery decks were bleak, windswept, and deserted.

Beyond them, northward, lay the windswept barrens of the highlands.

Where does Spring set her first flag of truce—out in the windswept open?