windhold

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Etymology[edit]

Windhold is a compound of wind and hold.

Noun[edit]

windhold (plural windholds)

  1. (skiing) A state in which ski lifts must stop running due to extremely windy conditions.
    With today's fifty mile per hour winds, all the ski lifts are on windhold.

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