Everywind

n. [ev-ree-wind]

  1.  A weather pattern that occurs on the Front Range of Colorado. It is characterized by strong winds from every direction, that are ever changing, and ever-present.
    • See also headwind
    • See also HTFU 

 

Sentence use: There was no escaping the everywind today. Around every turn I was smacked with unrelenting gusts.

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