dewy

[ doo-ee, dyoo-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF dewy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEWY

Linda's eyes opened wide and dewy with surprise and pleasure.

In the dewy mornings, she hop-skipped and jumped by his side into the pasture to bring in the cows.

Wherever she set her blessed foot, there was at once a dewy flower.

Still holding it; she rose, and went through the bars into the dewy lane.

She was happy as a day in summer, and fresh as a dewy morning in spring.

The laughter had gone from her eyes, and left a dewy wistfulness.

She should find them all dewy and unwithered in her bridal crown.

"That is bravely spoken, my noble Edith," said Mrs. Stewart, with dewy eyes.

It is all right,' said Mr. Knight, who was as placid as dewy eve by the side of Elfride.

With the first sun-ray he perceived a companion in the dewy solitude.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English deawig (see dew + -y (2)).

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