a chill, blowy day.
easily blown about:
flimsy, blowy curtain material.
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adjective blowier, blowiest
another word for windy (sense 1)
the sound of any vapor or gas issuing from a vent under pressure. Metallurgy. a disturbance caused by gas or steam blowing through molten metal. Also called blow molding. a method of producing hollowware by injecting air under pressure into a molten mass, as of glass or plastic, and shaping the material within a mold. […]
blowing your buffer
blowpipe (def 2).