Definitions

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  • adj. Full of bridges.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Full of bridges.

Etymologies

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bridge +‎ -y

Examples

  • Also on the topic of architectural prettiness, we drove over the (second) Severn Bridge to get there, and I was very taken with it, and the views therefrom: you can see several pictures of this bridgey goodness here (lazy, I know).

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  • Barbara could not have sucked up more ... and Bill .... belch! bridgey Writes:

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  • Described by Albion's best-known and least competent bard as "nice and bridgey," this functional edifice spans the entire width of the river Bower*, and is much beloved by both ardent romantics and the "desperate-but-desirous-of-a-quickie."

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