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blush

1. a reddish or pinkish tinge
2. a cloudy area on the surface of freshly applied gloss paint
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It is going to be blustery, with wind speeds of 60 to 70mph predicted.
And sunny spells with blustery showers will continue through the day, the showers occasionally heavy and perhaps thundery.
A spokesman for Met Eireann explained: "Wednesday will be cold, with sunny spells and blustery showers, some heavy.
Ms Roberts added: "Winds will ease off but it will still be breezy, a bit wet and quite blustery in some places.
Temperatures will rise slightly towards the weekend, but forecasters say it will most likely stay cold with a mixture of sunny spells and blustery wintry showers.
He said: "We've had a blustery day with a couple of heavy showers as well, so I've left the going unchanged.
Dubai: Hosts UAE were close on the heels of overall leaders USA at the top of the standings following seven days of competition as activities on the eighth day were restricted following blustery weather conditions at the 2015 FAI World Air Games on Monday.
The Met Office's forecast for last night was for further blustery showers and longer spells of rain, particularly over the hills.
Blustery day's water on the Mersey, arch-shaped waves.
Met Office forecaster Emma Sharples said: "There will be rain to start on Friday morning with blustery winds of between 50 and 60mph.
3 million refugees in the Levant facing blustery winter and the powerful snowstorm 'Huda'.
The blustery conditions left plenty in the field in a spin but Scott feels the nastier it gets the better his chances of lifting the Claret Jug.