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Wind

Definition of wind:

part of speech: verb

To coil, twist, or twine; to set in motion by turning a crank or screw; to entwine; to turn, as about something fixed; to direct or introduce by artful means; as, he winds himself into favor; to blow ( a horn).

part of speech: participle

Winding.

part of speech: verb

To turn round; move spirally; meander.

part of speech: noun

Air in motion; breath; anything insignificant.

part of speech: noun

Air in motion; a natural current of air; breeze; breath; anything insignificant or light as air; idle words; air filled with a scent; as, the hound got wind of the fox; hence, news; as, to get wind of a plot; gas formed in the digestive organs of the body.

part of speech: verb

( wind) To sound by blowing: ( wind) to expose to the wind: to drive hard, so as to put out of breath: to allow to recover wind:- pr. p. winding and winding; pa. p. wound and winded.

part of speech: verb

To turn completely or often: to turn round something: to twist: to move spirally: to meander:- pr. p. winding; pa. t. and pa. p. wound.

part of speech: verb

To allow the air to blow upon; to scent, as hounds in a fox hunt; to put out of breath.

part of speech: verb

To turn round something; twist; to bend in a course; to go a roundabout way.

part of speech: verb

To sound by blowing.

part of speech: verb

To turn round, to twist: to coil: to encircle: to change.

part of speech: noun

Idle talk.

part of speech: noun

Air in motion: breath: flatulence: anything insignificant.

part of speech: noun

A bend, coil, or twist.

part of speech: verb

To turn around; coil; encircle.

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