Definitions

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  • adv. In a gusty manner; in gusts.

Etymologies

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gusty +‎ -ly

Examples

  • The words came gustily from the creek down the slope:

    The Ranch at the Wolverine

  • As Halloween rolls gustily around the corner, some of us might wax nostalgic for the hallowed eves of yore -- when we ate our weight ...

    13 Haunted Campuses (PHOTOS)

  • As Halloween rolls gustily around the corner, some of us might wax nostalgic for the hallowed eves of yore -- when we ate our weight in sugary sweets, dressed up in uncomfortable costumes and listened to stories that we knew would give us nightmares.

    13 Haunted Campuses (PHOTOS)

  • We briefly enter the "warm sector" this morning, but the cold front may whip up showers or thundershowers that gustily march through by midday.

    Forecast: Potential thunder, then mega wind

  • This theme is reiterated gustily by Dame Lorna Muirhead, former president of the Royal College of Midwives.

    Why we can't get enough of childbirth on TV

  • Her intuitive sensitivity to the range of human emotions was especially overt the day she spontaneously postponed boarding a luxurious yacht to instead join a village festival with gustily celebrating peasants, an episode almost universally excised from her public narrative.

    Carl Sferrazza Anthony: On Tour with Jackie Kennedy: Versailles to Vietnam Policy, Part I

  • Saracens and Northampton should confirm today that the winds of change are blowing gustily.

    Premiership's winds of change are clearing out cobwebs for England

  • Kellen sighed gustily, running his hand through his disorderly mop of long brown curls distractedly.

    Tran Siberian

  • And he thrust his great head at the mirror again, breathed gustily, tweaked a hair from his chin, and pocketed his tweezers.

    Isabelle

  • A moment only, then almost stealthily feet shuffled, sleeves brushed, breath was drawn in gustily, and even comment resumed in hushed undertones and hissing whispers, but Stephen had his field, and bestrode it commandingly.

    A River So Long

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