from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Pertaining to elm trees; in which elms grow.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Abounding with elms.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Abounding with elms.
And not from purple Wales only nor from elmy England,
Thoughts of the elmy fields and the bistre furrows of Elstree and the tasselled coppices of Tours crowded Burton's brain; and he wrote:
The morning light showed them the broad elmy meadows of western-looking
Quiet, elmy spaces of meadow land stretch between the suburban mansions and the village of Charlesbourg, where the driver reassured himself as to his route from the group of idlers on the platform before the church.
I did genuinely love the elmy quiet of the dear old Cambridge streets, though, and I had a real and instant pleasure in the yellow colonial houses, with their white corners and casements and their green blinds, that lurked behind the shrubbery of the avenue I passed through to Mount
As the kine in midmost summer about the elmy glade;
If thy farm extends Near Cotfwold downs, or the delicious groves Of Symmonds, honour'd through the fandy foil Of elmy Rofs f, or Devon's myrtle vales.
Thoughts of the elmy fields and the bistre furrows of Elstree and the tasselled coppices of Tours crowded Burton’s brain; and he wrote: