Definition of massy in English:

massy

Syllabification: mass·y
Pronunciation: /ˈmasē
 
/

adjective

literary or • archaic
  • Consisting of a large mass; bulky; massive: a round massy table
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    • The party crossed the border into Scotland on August 1st, 1503, to be greeted by the Archbishop of Glasgow and a thousand Scottish lords and gentlemen ‘in rich jewels and massy chains’.
    • Internally, the building was full of timber columns, because it was owned by the royal bedmakers, and the British royal family likes its beds solid and massy.
    • At the first dawn of the morning we closed all the massy shutters of our old building; lighted a couple of tapers which, strongly perfumed, threw out only the ghastliest and feeblest of rays.

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