from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state of being covered or damp with dew.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun State of being dewy.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun The state or quality of being
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The Silk Foundation is slightly matte with a subtle dewiness, which is what you need to create the polished skin effect on the runway or for everyday.
But if you love this look and your skin is oily, prepare the skin with a clay mask, a mattifier toner, and a stop-shine product before applying the tinted moisturizer to keep the skin matte naturally, but fake it by adding the dewiness with tinted moisturizer.
As for Sergeant Trotter: The touch of choirboy dewiness Moscati brings to the character initially seems an odd choice, but the manner becomes endearing.
Really old, in fact, because so many of your friends will be peeling and lasering their way to artificial dewiness.
LIP GLOSS: Another part of the sunkissed equation is a sexy lip gloss that enhances the dewiness of the the cheeks.
Martin Landau plays a lonely old man, and Ellen Burstyn plays an old woman who sneaks glances at him with a dewiness that announces, old-folks romance ahead!
Did Miss Burridge grow roses because they had so many traits in common with her adolescent pupils -- softness, dewiness, sweetness, occasional thorniness?
There was a latent dewiness in the air that made the clear moonlight as fresh and invigorating as a winter's morning.
Gay, in a little white frock of soft mull, with a cascade of lace falling below her long, young throat, resembled a freshly-gathered rose with all the fragrance and dewiness of the garden of Youth upon her.
The chilly air has departed, and in its place is a sense of freshness, of dewiness, of fragrance and delight.