wuthering

wuth·er·ing [ wúəring ]

adjective  Northern England

Definition:
1. blowing strongly: describes a wind that blows strongly and makes a loud roaring sound
2. having blustery winds: subject to persistent blustery or noisy winds
[Late 18th century. < obsolete wuther“to rush”]
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