Definition of willowy in English:

willowy

Line breaks: wil|lowy
Pronunciation: /ˈwɪləʊi
 
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adjective (willowier, willowiest)

1Bordered, shaded, or covered by willows: willowy meadow land
More example sentences
  • Breathe wisteria, lavender, lobelia as you wander willowy riverbanks.
  • Then we descended through open willowy meadows with beautiful views of the mountains, following a stream.
2(Of a person) tall, slim, and lithe: a beautiful willowy blonde
More example sentences
  • His precise features were hidden beneath the caliginous atmosphere of the night, but I could see by the distant lights that he was a tall, willowy figure with light muscles.
  • But age only added dignity and grace to her still slim and willowy figure.
  • Her tall, willowy figure with its slight hour-glass shape was the envy of all women who had seen her.
Synonyms
tall, slim, slender, lean, svelte, lissom, sylphlike, snake-hipped, rangy, long-limbed, clean-limbed, graceful, lithe, loose-limbed
informal slinky
rare gracile, attenuate

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