Wind"-break` (?), v. t.

To break the wind of; to cause to lose breath; to exhaust.

[R.]

'T would wind-break a mule to vie burdens with her. Ford.

 

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Wind"-break`, n.

A clump of trees serving for a protection against the force of wind.

[Local, U. S.]

 

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