Definition of earthy in English:

earthy

Syllabification: earth·y
Pronunciation: /ˈərTHē
 
/

adjective (earthier, earthiest)

Derivatives

earthily

adverb
More example sentences
  • However earthily they like to present themselves, critics and poets alike are addicted to the rhetorical juggling of opposites.
  • But hers is an earthily sensual Minimalism with a genealogy that can be traced back to Karl Blossfeldt and Eva Hesse, a spare essentialism that engages both body and mind.
  • Courbet earthily depicts the digging of the grave; Manet represents a cortège, not necessarily meant to be seen in the context of the cemetery, but en route.

earthiness

noun
More example sentences
  • Once I was nearly turned away from a club - known more for its earthiness than its elitism - because a bouncer had detected ‘sporty elements’ in my footwear.
  • This long-overdue debut from a born writer is a remarkably honest and disturbing book, which self-assuredly combines raw earthiness with dreamlike poetry.
  • The thing about Dean is that he has an earthiness, that connection to nature, and people are attracted to it.

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