from The Century Dictionary.
- In heraldry, divided into a number of piles set side by side.
- Having a soft, woolly coat next the skin, covered by longer hairs: said of dogs. The term is also applied to a coat that is soft when it should be harsh. Shaw, Illustrated Book of the Dog, v.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective (Zoöl.) Like pile or wool.
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The coat is termed pily or pencilled, the effect of the natural intermingling of the two types of hair.
"You would do that?" he said shrilly, then slumped back down unhap - pily.
Phineas did not notice Trapspringer skipping hap - pily down the palace steps until he realized he was alone.
He hap - pily bounced and kicked with his heels as the dragon climbed into the morning sun.
July 15, 2007 2: 33 AM pily said ... cherry cheesecake cuppies!!!
The whole estate, divided among them, would not be sufficient to answer that purpose hap-pily, though it might be enough to abate the edge of their industry.
As hap-pily as the last alike important four years!
'I've found your mysterious stranger,' she reported hap pily.
He held the meticulously printed list up, studied it a moment, then cackled hap-pily.
She rocketed past the Pelhams, the Lexus humming hap - pily while the wind whistled eerily through the shattered glass.