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windswept

adjective     /ˈwɪnd.swept/
(of places) open to and not protected from strong winds, or (of people) having hair that is untidy because it has been blown in different directions by the wind (地方)受強風侵襲的;(頭髮)被風吹亂的 We drove down to the windswept Atlantic coast of Portugal. 我們驅車前往葡萄牙常受大風侵襲的大西洋海岸。 windswept hair 被風吹亂的頭髮 Wind and windsStormy weather
(Definition of windswept from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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