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  • adj. superlative form of sandy: most sandy.

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Examples

  • The hard-boiled yolks in this case, paired with the cornflour, give the sandiest texture ever.

    Yellow Cornflour Cakes (LiveSTRONG with a Taste of Yellow 2008) « Baking History

  • To get ready for Iraq, they had sought out the sandiest, dustiest landing zones in the Mojave Desert and practiced landing their Ospreys in brownout conditions.

    The Dream Machine

  • What's more, except on the poorest, sandiest soils, Diboll's no-mow lawn actually grows better without fertilization.

    Tom Christopher: No flow, low flow lawn

  • And, golf courses boast the greenest greens, sandiest traps, chirpiest exotic birds, and live water hazards, crocodiles!

    Puerto Vallarta: where the art of life thrives!

  • Soil and location: Grows in the poorest and sandiest soils where few other trees will grow.

    Studies of Trees

  • With a climate mild and healthful, yet bracing; with a soil so rich that the touch of irrigation makes even the sandiest places bloom with the highest beauty of plant, tree, and vine; with an ocean warm and gentle, and skies the kindliest in the world, -- there is, if we judge by the lesson history teaches, a promise of a future for California greater and more noble than the world has yet known.

    History of California

  • Hubbardson will utilize the sandiest soil of any northern variety, preferring rich, fine, sandy loams.

    Apple Growing

  • That wood was full of rabbit holes; and in the neatest, sandiest hole of all lived Benjamin's aunt and his cousins -- Flopsy, Mopsy, Cotton-tail, and Peter.

    The Great Big Treasury of Beatrix Potter

  • The sight of this man was like the finding of an oasis at the point where the desert is sandiest, deadliest, most unbearable.

    The Masquerader

  • She returned early in the forenoon, carrying a small basket in which I saw a coil of the long creeping vine called '_At' At_ by the natives, and which grows only on the sandiest and most barren soil.

    The Strange Adventure Of James Shervinton 1902

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