Definition of windy :
1. Attended or caused by wind, or gas, in the intestines.
2. Consisting of wind; accompanied or characterized by wind; exposed to wind.
3. Fig.: Empty; airy.
4. Next the wind; windward.
5. Serving to occasion wind or gas in the intestines; flatulent; as, windy food.
6. Tempestuous; boisterous; as, windy weather.
irksome, aery, aired, aerial, boring, wearisome, ho-hum, flatulent, ethereal, impractical, breath, tiresome, quiet, calm, increase, deadening, prolix, raw, blowy, overblown, visionary, turgid, fresh, tumid, dull, tumescent, slow, aeriform, tedious, plain
boastful (part of speech: adjective)
airy (part of speech: adjective)
verbose (part of speech: adjective)
windy (part of speech: adjective)
wordy (part of speech: adjective)
- And how we talked in the caravan that windy night, when my mammie was so ill? - "A Peep Behind the Scenes", Mrs. O. F. Walton.
- Since early March the standing gag in the camp had been: " Well, Windy Jim got in last night." - "The Magnetic North", Elizabeth Robins (C. E. Raimond).
- Not he the man- for in our windy world What's up is faith, what's down is heresy. - "Queen Mary and Harold", Alfred Lord Tennyson.