Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Pertaining to, resembling, or consisting of meadow.

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

  • adjective Of or pertaining to meadows; resembling, or consisting of, meadow.

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

  • adjective of, or pertaining to, meadows.
  • adjective Resembling or comprised of meadows.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

meadow +‎ -y

Examples

  • After some minutes of simple concentration, the scenery changed from a meadowy landscape to an urban environment.

    church - meadows

  • Mr. TODD FORREST (Vice President, Horticulture and Living Collections, New York Botanical Garden): So within the orchard, we have sort of a meadowy feeling design that has some of the flowers that might have been growing either naturally or through planting in the fields and meadows around her home - including dandelions.

    A Flowering Tribute To Emily Dickinson

  • Mr. TODD FORREST (Vice President, Horticulture and Living Collections, New York Botanical Garden): So within the orchard, we have sort of a meadowy feeling design that has some of the flowers that might have been growing either naturally or through planting in the fields and meadows around her home - including dandelions.

    A Flowering Tribute To Emily Dickinson

  • Dozens of European distillers are conjuring up the "green fairy" for new palates, its fresh, meadowy taste reminiscent of pastis.

    Real Absinthe

  • We tooled around the entire island of Jamestown and as we were passing a marshy meadow or meadowy marsh I spotted a flock of glossy ibises.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • We tooled around the entire island of Jamestown and as we were passing a marshy meadow or meadowy marsh I spotted a flock of glossy ibises.

    stupid birder tricks

  • At the bottom, the rich taste of the honey with its floral, meadowy taste comes into play, with mint.

    No Nightmare in This Kitchen: Gordon Ramsay Gets It Right

  • At the bottom, the rich taste of the honey with its floral, meadowy taste comes into play, with mint.

    No Nightmare in This Kitchen: Gordon Ramsay Gets It Right

  • At the bottom, the rich taste of the honey with its floral, meadowy taste comes into play, with mint.

    No Nightmare in This Kitchen: Gordon Ramsay Gets It Right

  • At the bottom, the rich taste of the honey with its floral, meadowy taste comes into play, with mint.

    No Nightmare in This Kitchen: Gordon Ramsay Gets It Right

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