Meaning of windiness in English:

windiness

noun

See windy

‘However, there were few buyers for the plots of land and the venture failed, probably because of the windiness of the site and inaccessibility of the shore.’
  • ‘Loess is a fine-grained aeolian sediment, typically liberated by the grinding action of glaciers, which may be transported great distances and indicates both windiness and aridity.’
  • ‘The volume of writing is enormous, these days, and much of it has a sort of windiness about it, almost as though the author were in a state of euphoria.’
  • ‘So I learned to trust my eyes rather more than the windiness of words.’
  • ‘Actually it wasn't too much colder than Santa Fe, but the extra wetness and windiness made it feel much colder.’