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  • adj. comparative form of gusty: more gusty

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Examples

  • And some of my characters have inspired me to be gustier and more adventurous.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Writing is a People-Growing Machine

  • Hors d'oeuvres homemade fennel salami and artichoke mostarda, gutsy caponata, and even gustier bread, were served "family style" as guests meandered with a glass of wine getting to know each other.

    Rozanne Gold: Marc Vetri: A Culinary Bodhisattva

  • It says something when the fashion icon of the candy-coated early '00s, Sarah Jessica Parker, makes a rare Fashion Week appearance (clad in inky midnight hues) at Wang's smoke-filled rock-concert of a show: the Carrie Bradshaws of the world are getting darker, gustier and are in dire need of something to take the edge off.

    Susan Cernek: Fashion's Remedy for the Recession

  • Right now, a windy storm, about 60 miles per hour and getting gustier.

    CNN Transcript Aug 15, 2007

  • It is gustier to your south, to your north and to your east and this is going to be the problem today.

    CNN Transcript Apr 16, 2007

  • It looks like the wind's maybe a little gustier than they were last time I talked to you about 20 minutes ago, but we're going to see that off and on because the thing about a hurricane, it's not just one big solid thunderstorm.

    CNN Transcript Sep 5, 2004

  • Some of them are gustier than others and they get gradually more rainy and more gusty the closer you get to the center.

    CNN Transcript Sep 5, 2004

  • We are looking for stronger and gustier winds as the day moves on.

    CNN Transcript Sep 18, 2003

  • The gustier the wind, the more suddenly the boat will heel over and the more attention must be paid to sail trim.

    Sailing Fundamentals

  • Out there on the exposed deck the wind was far stronger and much gustier than it had been on land and it was all that we could do to keep our balance on the slippery metal underfoot.

    Fear is the Key

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