Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Covered with or having leaves.
  • adjective Consisting of leaves.
  • adjective Similar to or resembling a leaf.
  • adjective Having abundant vegetation, especially deciduous trees.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Furnished with, abounding in, or consisting of leaves; as, a leafy stem; a leafy forest; a leafy covert.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Full of leaves; abounding in leaves.
  • adjective Consisting of leaves.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective covered with leaves
  • adjective containing much foliage
  • adjective in the form of leaves (of some material)
  • adjective resembling a leaf

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective having or covered with leaves

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

leaf +‎ -y

Examples

  • Both cities have beautiful colonial plazas but the cities themselves are spread widely over rolling hills not inviting to residents prone to strolling in leafy neighborhoods within reasonable distance from those pompous plazas.

    Pedestrian Friendly?

  • Both cities have beautiful colonial plazas but the cities themselves are spread widely over rolling hills not inviting to residents prone to strolling in leafy neighborhoods within reasonable distance from those pompous plazas.

    Pedestrian Friendly?

  • Both cities have beautiful colonial plazas but the cities themselves are spread widely over rolling hills not inviting to residents prone to strolling in leafy neighborhoods within reasonable distance from those pompous plazas.

    Pedestrian Friendly?

  • Both cities have beautiful colonial plazas but the cities themselves are spread widely over rolling hills not inviting to residents prone to strolling in leafy neighborhoods within reasonable distance from those pompous plazas.

    Pedestrian Friendly?

  • Both cities have beautiful colonial plazas but the cities themselves are spread widely over rolling hills not inviting to residents prone to strolling in leafy neighborhoods within reasonable distance from those pompous plazas.

    Pedestrian Friendly?

  • Both cities have beautiful colonial plazas but the cities themselves are spread widely over rolling hills not inviting to residents prone to strolling in leafy neighborhoods within reasonable distance from those pompous plazas.

    Pedestrian Friendly?

  • Both cities have beautiful colonial plazas but the cities themselves are spread widely over rolling hills not inviting to residents prone to strolling in leafy neighborhoods within reasonable distance from those pompous plazas.

    Pedestrian Friendly?

  • Both cities have beautiful colonial plazas but the cities themselves are spread widely over rolling hills not inviting to residents prone to strolling in leafy neighborhoods within reasonable distance from those pompous plazas.

    Pedestrian Friendly?

  • Both cities have beautiful colonial plazas but the cities themselves are spread widely over rolling hills not inviting to residents prone to strolling in leafy neighborhoods within reasonable distance from those pompous plazas.

    Pedestrian Friendly?

  • Both cities have beautiful colonial plazas but the cities themselves are spread widely over rolling hills not inviting to residents prone to strolling in leafy neighborhoods within reasonable distance from those pompous plazas.

    Pedestrian Friendly?

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