Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of gust.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He kept saying “flight,” the word gusting through her, soft-winged against the sky of memories.

    The Life You Longed For

  • He kept saying “flight,” the word gusting through her, soft-winged against the sky of memories.

    The Life You Longed For

  • He kept saying “flight,” the word gusting through her, soft-winged against the sky of memories.

    The Life You Longed For

  • He kept saying “flight,” the word gusting through her, soft-winged against the sky of memories.

    The Life You Longed For

  • A cold wind was gusting from the north, but the tourney grounds beside the river were crowded nonetheless.

    Trial of Seven

  • The game was played in gusting winds and was called after the

    USATODAY.com

  • It's chilly and damp today, and the wind is gusting, which is why I'm sitting at my computer rather than toiling in the garden as I have been.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • It's chilly and damp today, and the wind is gusting, which is why I'm sitting at my computer rather than toiling in the garden as I have been.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Brett Lebda, who knows a thing or two about how the wind can wreak havoc at Wrigley Field from years of sitting in the stands cheering on his Cubs, called the gusting wind a non-factor.

    NHL.com Feature Stories

  • Many years ago, I became frustrated by a gusting crosswind on the firing line because my shots were stringing horizontally.

    What are some tips on making the most out of a shooting session?

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  • My adjectival use: 'The gusting wind made it diffucult to walk.'

    August 22, 2011