willowy

[ wil-oh-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF willowy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WILLOWY

One is tall and willowy, while the other is short and dumpy.

Standing beside him, she was just a bit shorter than he, willowy, almost frail.

The branches are willowy and graceful, with a tendency to weep.

I've always wanted to be tall and slender and willowy, like the girls in books.

Lawrence saw that she was good to look at, tall, willowy and fair of face.

Bella was aristocratic in her looks, as tall and slim and willowy as a young sapling.

"No, I'm just too nervous to eat any more," said the tall, willowy one.

The once willowy outlines of her figure had rounded vulgarly.

Many a time too she had looked upon her slim and willowy sisters and felt her heart burn with envy.

Then the nixies stormed in fierce wrath, their willowy figures swaying to and fro as if blown by the wind.

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