Definition of windy adjective from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

windy

adjective
ˈwɪndi
 
; ˈwɪndi
 
windier, windiest
 
1 (of weather, etc.) with a lot of winda windy dayIt's too windy to go out in the boat.
Opposite
windless
2 (of a place) getting a lot of windwindy hills3 (informal, disapproving) (of speech) involving speaking for longer than necessary and in a way that is complicated and not clear