Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of sandy: more sandy

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Neutrals are still around, but winter's camel has got paler and sandier and grey has been largely edited out in favour of white.

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  • Well, if you feel like living the dream and leaving the pressures and problems of real life behind for sandier shores, here's some inspiration from our little sister, Beach Tomato, as they handpick the best beaches for living the dream.

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  • This is much sandier than other Cazenovia soils I've worked with.

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  • His family had set out for Lebanon but landed in Syria because her shores were sandier, settling on the coast in Latakya.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • His family had set out for Lebanon but landed in Syria because her shores were sandier, settling on the coast in Latakya.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • His family had set out for Lebanon but landed in Syria because her shores were sandier, settling on the coast in Latakya.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • As you ride on the main highway getting away from the civilization of the city, the water becomes bluer and the sand sandier.

    Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche

  • As you ride on the main highway getting away from the civilization of the city, the water becomes bluer and the sand sandier.

    Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche

  • Beyond, the ground fell away again, to a lower level without such luxuriant growth, the soil being sandier and supporting more of the tough shrub-type vegetation.

    Cattle Town

  • The tournament is using the same Wilson ball as last year, but several players said it is fluffing up more on the sandier Plexicushion surface.

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