WIND


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AcronymDefinition
WINDWyoming Institute for Disabilities
WINDWireless Integrated Network Device (Polar)
WINDWireless Node Database (Greece)
WINDWind Interests of North Dakota
WINDWeather Information Network and Display
WINDWalk in New Directions
WINDWestbound, Inner, Northbound, Down (UK rail)
References in classic literature ?
Tell him that when the wind changes to the West, I'll find his uncle even though he be in China--so long as he is still taking Black Rappee snuff.
If the wind held as it was, the chances would be in her favour.
At the time the wind began to blow, a ship was sailing far out upon the waters.
The fact was that the fresh wind from the moor had begun to blow the cobwebs out of her young brain and to waken her up a little.
There wasn't much wind at the time, and the heavy, lumbering dugout was slow in getting under way.
How did the vexed wind chafe and roar about its stalwart roof; how did it pant and strive with its wide chimneys, which still poured forth from their hospitable throats, great clouds of smoke, and puffed defiance in its face; how, above all, did it drive and rattle at the casement, emulous to extinguish that cheerful glow, which would not be put down and seemed the brighter for the conflict!
A look in the eyes of a shipmate, a low murmur in the most sheltered spot where the watch on duty are huddled together, a meaning moan from one to the other with a glance at the windward sky, a sigh of weariness, a gesture of disgust passing into the keeping of the great wind, become part and parcel of the gale.
Then the princess thought to betray her as before, and agreed to what she asked: but when the prince went to his chamber he asked the chamberlain why the wind had whistled so in the night.
In the middle of a cyclone the air is generally still, but the great pressure of the wind on every side of the house raised it up higher and higher, until it was at the very top of the cyclone; and there it remained and was carried miles and miles away as easily as you could carry a feather.
The wind blew sharply onto Nikita's side and arm where his sheepskin was torn.
There was just the faintest wind from the westward; but it breathed its last by the time we managed to get to leeward of the last lee boat.
Captain MacWhirr had never turned his face, but Jukes caught some more words on the wind.