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Correct spelling: wind

Definition of wind:

  1. Idle talk.
  2. Air naturally in motion, with any degree of velocity; a current of air; breath; power of respiration; air in motion from any force or action; breath modulated by the organs or by an instrument; air impregnated with scent; anything insignificant or light as wind; flatulence. The four winds, the four cardinal points of the heavens. Down the wind, decaying; declining. To take or have the wind, to gain or have the advantage. To take or get wind, to be divulged; to become public. In the wind's eye, towards the direct point from which the wind blows. Between wind and water, that part of a ship's side or bottom which is frequently brought above water by the rolling of the ship or fluctuation of the water's surface. How the wind blows, the state of things, or the direction they are taking.
  3. To blow; to sound by blowing; to nose; to follow by the scent; to expose to the wind; to drive hard, so as to render scant of wind, as a horse; also to rest a horse, in order to recover wind; to winnow. To wind a ship, is to turn it end for end, so that the wind strikes it on the opposite side.
  4. To turn; to move or cause to turn; to turn round some fixed object; to bind, or to form into a ball or coil by turning; to introduce by insinuation; to change; to vary; to entwist; to infold; to encircle. To wind off, to unwind. To wind out, to extricate. To wind up, to bring to a small compass, as a ball of thread; to bring to a conclusion or settlement; to put in a state of renovated or continued motion.
  5. To turn; to change; to turn around something; to have a circular direction; to crook; to bend; to move round. To wind out, to be extricated; to escape.
  6. In poetry.

Common misspellings for wind:

vinyet, viened, wentt, windfarm, workind, wennt, wenrt, womend, wayand, wonjt, kinnd, swinto, iwent, wirng, wen't, tind, windwo, owend, wied, wouned, wemnt, kinda, winned, doind, gind, wanint, forwand, weeknd, wained, woiud, piund, wondr, goind, weeend, wikd, kindo, weneed, win7, vinod, winesed, winde, jind, singd, wiindow, winow, iwant, ownned, woun't, swund, ahnd, winte, whnet, wondow, windpw, woint, whant, wanrt, winrar, wahnt, gwinett, winnetka, whenit, wowned, youwon't, cindi, wantd, find, whileand, wentto, iwont, won''t, win't, wenet, wendor, wentg, nowand, wikid, wento, wkend, wiend, winden, wiwde, wenday, windiow, cind, whynot, nwent, wanto, ind, cinda, winndow, wepond, widde, lind, whinds, whink, wond, knind, windoe, woundd.

What does the abbreviation wind mean?

WIND abbreviation definitions:
–  Wind River Systems, Inc.
–  Wind Ip Network Database

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This graph shows how "wind" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for wind:

  1. The jet stream is a very strong force and pushing a balloon into it is like pushing up against a brick wall, but once we got into it, we found that, remarkably, the balloon went whatever speed the wind went.
  2. We are a country that has many friends, many allies, when we operate in the world, we operate with friends and allies that's been true for decades and if we wind up going to war in Iraq it will be true in Iraq.
  3. Sometimes songwriters and singers forget that. They get a melody in their head and the notes will take precedence, so that they wind up forcing a word onto a melody. It doesn't ring true.
  4. On this day there was soon wind enough and to spare. The same might have been said of the sea. The Spray was in the midst of the turbulent Gulf Stream itself. She was jumping like a porpoise over the uneasy waves.
  5. So many gods, so many creeds, so many paths that wind and wind while just the art of being kind is all the sad world needs.