Synonyms of windy in English:

windy


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adjective

1‘a windy day’

SYNONYMS
breezy, blowy, fresh, blustery, gusty
wild, stormy, squally, tempestuous, turbulent
Northern English wuthering
rare boisterous, blusterous
ANTONYMS

still, windless

2‘the cold windy hills’

SYNONYMS
windswept, exposed, unprotected, open to the elements, bare, bleak
ANTONYMS

sheltered

3‘a series of windy speeches’

SYNONYMS
verbose, long-winded, wordy, prolix, lengthy, overlong, prolonged, protracted, long-drawn-out, tedious
talkative, garrulous, voluble, loquacious
rambling, meandering, repetitious, tautological, periphrastic, circumlocutory, tortuous
informal talky
rare pleonastic
ANTONYMS

concise, succinct

4‘she felt a bit windy about his visit’

SYNONYMS
nervous, anxious, worried, apprehensive, on edge, edgy, tense, stressed, fretful, uneasy, jumpy, with one's stomach in knots
frightened, scared, afraid, fearful
informal with butterflies in one's stomach, jittery, twitchy, trepidatious, in a state, uptight, in a stew, in a dither, all of a dither, in a sweat, in a flap, in a tizz, in a tizzy, all of a lather, het up, in a twitter
British informal strung up, stressy, all of a doodah
North American informal spooky, squirrelly, in a twit
Australian, New Zealand informal toey
dated overstrung
ANTONYMS

calm, unperturbed