Having breath or respiratory power of a specified kind. Often used in combination: short-winded; broken-winded. (adjective)
Out of breath: a winded runner. (adjective)
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Use "winded" in a sentence
"I don't know about you, but I think being long-winded is a sign of intelligence ..."
"We only stopped talking when we were completely winded from the mountains, were taking pee breaks, (even those are minimally private in open Haitian country-side), or enjoying well-earned sleep."
"Already on the second page he made a deft, poetic substitution, changing "the abortive sorrows and unjustified elations of men" to "the abortive sorrows and shortwinded elations of men" – I like the echo of abortive sorrows in shortwinded, and how that brief flutter of air does its sorry best to lift elations."