Carried, deposited or eroded by the wind.(adjective)
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Use "aeolian" in a sentence
"A cluster of blossoms, when the wind stirs them, shake out a kind of aeolian melody, and it was that which so entranced Ala a few moments ago."
"Lori's primary research interests include aeolian geomorphology -- how wind shapes a planetary surface -- for both Mars and the Earth, recent and ongoing climate changes, and the mobility of wind-blown sand and dust."
"It shows some old eroded aeolian "aeolian" = wind-formed features that may have once been either dunes or ripples."