Definitions

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  • adjective Resembling spinach.

Etymologies

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spinach +‎ -y

Examples

  • While that strategy worked spectacularly for "Prada," Battsek isn't so sure that the summer months are right for many of the heartier, less tasty -- say "spinachy" -- films that Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. voters will vet for awards consideration this year.

    Marketers Make Holiday Switch

  • It's more 'spinachy' than 'creamy' so to my taste, perfectly balanced.

    Creamed Spinach ♥ | A Veggie Venture

  • The flavor will not be especially spinachy, but the color is excellent and makes for a vivid presentation and a nutritious pasta.

    Ratio

  • I can think of nothing better than eggs baked in garlicky-spinachy-mushroomy deliciousness, but I cannot abide runny yolks.

    baked eggs + chive biscuits + bloody marys | smitten kitchen

  • I can honestly say this was the most spinachy spinach I have ever had - wonderful.

    warm spin·ach sal·ad

  • I can honestly say this was the most spinachy spinach I have ever had - wonderful.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • ~ Your basic Eggs Florentine at Group Recipes with links to similar eggy, spinachy recipes

    Eggs Florentine - You Know He's a Keeper When...

  • As if mindful of its advanced years it snaked through the woods at a slow but steady pace, varying in width, the water bright billiard-table green where the sun struck it, dark and spinachy in the shadows.

    SERPENT

  • As if mindful of its advanced years it snaked through the woods at a slow but steady pace, varying in width, the water bright billiard-table green where the sun struck it, dark and spinachy in the shadows.

    SERPENT

  • Since Dr. William Johnson, The Daily News 'garden columnist, said I could pull off those yucky leaves, the spinachy look is gone.

    The Daily News - News

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