Definition of beachy in English:

beachy

Line breaks: beachy
Pronunciation: /ˈbiːtʃi
 
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adjective (beachier, beachiest)

informal
Relating to, suggestive of, or appropriate for a beach or a holiday spent at the beach: a beachy part of town beachy clothes and accessories
More example sentences
  • This method of wearing it instantly transforms the formal blouse to something very casual and in this case, beachy.
  • The whole family is blonde and very beachy.
  • Court combines the best of nature with a wonderful imagination; the effect is both beachy and sophisticated.

Derivatives

beachiness

noun
More example sentences
  • It's got a really unique design, and it is great the way they have combined the beachiness with the bamboo detail, while maintaining clean lines.
  • We've tried to keep the character and charm of the place and make sure it didn't lose its beachiness.
  • The house, a renovation, is an off-kilter mélange of simple bucolic beachiness and city-style luxuries.

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