Definitions

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  • adjective Resembling or characteristic of seaweed.
  • adjective Containing seaweed.

Etymologies

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seaweed +‎ -y

Examples

  • It smells so good out heresalty and sweet-flowers both, a pinch of that ocean odor of cold, seaweedy vines washed up.

    The Fortunes of Indigo Skye

  • It smells so good out heresalty and sweet-flowers both, a pinch of that ocean odor of cold, seaweedy vines washed up.

    The Fortunes of Indigo Skye

  • Here on the Rock -- the affectionate name we give our 90-square-mile of glacial moraine -- most year-rounders own a fishing pole or a clam rake, or are comfortable using their own two hands to pluck glistening mussels from their rocky, seaweedy palaces at mid-tide.

    Susie Middleton: Slow Fish on Martha's Vineyard: Uh, How Does That Work, Exactly?

  • It smells so good out heresalty and sweet-flowers both, a pinch of that ocean odor of cold, seaweedy vines washed up.

    The Fortunes of Indigo Skye

  • And thus the marjoram leaves suddently turn into...underwater plants?...the saline, seaweedy quality in a rose fragrance is unusual and exciting...but where are the roses?

    Strange Invisible Perfumes Aquarian Roses: Perfume Review

  • Here on the Rock -- the affectionate name we give our 90-square-mile of glacial moraine -- most year-rounders own a fishing pole or a clam rake, or are comfortable using their own two hands to pluck glistening mussels from their rocky, seaweedy palaces at mid-tide.

    Susie Middleton: Slow Fish on Martha's Vineyard: Uh, How Does That Work, Exactly?

  • And thus the marjoram leaves suddently turn into...underwater plants?...the saline, seaweedy quality in a rose fragrance is unusual and exciting...but where are the roses?

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • It smells so good out heresalty and sweet-flowers both, a pinch of that ocean odor of cold, seaweedy vines washed up.

    The Fortunes of Indigo Skye

  • The water smells seaweedy, and a twinge of melting butter still clings in the air.

    The Nature of Jade

  • Beyond lay a string of seaweedy pools and then the hard sands of the burnfoot.

    Prester John

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