The definition of winded is to be out of breath.
An example of winded used as an adjective is the phrase a "winded runner," which means a runner who has done too much running and cannot breathe properly.
- Having breath or respiratory power of a specified kind. Often used in combination: short-winded; broken-winded.
- Out of breath: a winded runner.
- Simple past tense and past participle of wind. (To cause a person to lose their breath)
- The boxer was winded when his opponent hit his solar plexus.
(comparative more winded, superlative most winded)
- short of breath
- She was winded from her long run.
- Fitness has to do with overall stamina for physical activity, the amount of weight you can lift, or how fast you can walk or run without getting winded.
- Winded to an 18k White Gold Cartier bracelet with deploying clasps, and water resistant up to 30 meters, this masculine model is surely impressive.
- This technology might have been an improvement over hanging weights, but the speed at which the coiled springs winded was not consistent.
- You do not have to feel winded from walking up the stairs or bringing in the groceries.
- It is important to note that a quality resignation letter is not long winded.