- seaweed + -y (Wiktionary)
“Here on the Rock -- the affectionate name we give our 90-square-mile of glacial moraine -- most year-rounders own a fishing pole or a clam rake, or are comfortable using their own two hands to pluck glistening mussels from their rocky, seaweedy palaces at mid-tide.”
“And thus the marjoram leaves suddently turn into...underwater plants?...the saline, seaweedy quality in a rose fragrance is unusual and exciting...but where are the roses?”
“It smells so good out heresalty and sweet-flowers both, a pinch of that ocean odor of cold, seaweedy vines washed up.”
“The water smells seaweedy, and a twinge of melting butter still clings in the air.”
“Beyond lay a string of seaweedy pools and then the hard sands of the burnfoot.”
“The twins were now playing in the most approved brotherly fashion till at last Master Jacky who was really as bold as brass there was no getting behind that deliberately kicked the ball as hard as ever he could down towards the seaweedy rocks.”
“He said the sheets had that whiff of the ocean consistent with semen, something briny or seaweedy.”
“She pulled my head down to rest between her breasts without the least inhibition, and when Myrko came puffing up with the hot water she'd sent him for she began to clean and search my throbbing scalp with incredibly delicate fingers, and smooth on something pungent and seaweedy from a jar.”
“Tanks were set up, filled with seaweedy water in which somnolently swam fish big, medium, and small, shellfish such as giant prawn and abalone, conch and crab.”
“It smelt damp and seaweedy, but there seemed to be plenty of air.”
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