The Collaborative International Dictionary
Blasty \Blast"y\, a.
Affected by blasts; gusty.
Causing blast or injury. [Obs.]
a. 1 (context obsolete English) Affected by blasts; gusty. 2 (context obsolete English) Causing blast or injury.
Usage examples of "blasty".
In the morning the weather was blasty and sleety, waxing more and more tempestuous till about mid-day, when the wind checked suddenly round from the nor-east to the sou-west, and blew a gale as if the prince of the powers of the air was doing his utmost to work mischief.
A gentleman like you must have a better place to loiter than this cold and blasty bridge.