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feathery

Line breaks: fea¦thery
Pronunciation: /ˈfɛð(ə)ri
 
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Definition of feathery in English:

adjective

Having, covered with, or resembling feathers: wisps of feathery blonde hair
More example sentences
  • Hats must be worn, and not little feathery flimsy things, but proper ones which cover the crown.
  • I felt that weird shifting movement and a feathery light object grazed my bare skin.
  • That one sweet moment of tender love and care, wrapped up in a light feathery kiss.
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featheriness

1
noun
Example sentences
  • Just look at all these cuts in the thick rubber that give the piece its featheriness.
  • Certainly the meaning of Miro's art is neither sand nor tar nor the featheriness of the feather nor the ropiness of rope.

Words that rhyme with feathery

heathery, leathery

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