feathery

[ feth-uh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF feathery

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His footfall was a feathery thing that carried him like a shadow to the door.

Outside, the tall elm-tops were hardly to be seen through the feathery storm.

To his left lay the nest, a mass of feathery grass and mosses.

They were full of feathery softness and of sudden and spirited scratches.

The design shows a feathery effect, as in embroidery tambour.

The stillness beat as before, like a thing with feathery wings.

"Yonder," said Rose, pointing to a feathery bush not far off.

Over the lowlands the feathery breath of night hovered still.

It is so light, graceful and feathery that it satisfies the eye as no other palm does.

Asparagus is feathery and tall, And the hose lies rotting by the garden-wall.

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