from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Full of or exhibiting veins; veined.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having prominent veins.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Full of veins; veinous; veined.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of veins; veined, in any sense.
Uncle Einar is a special uncle with thin veiny wings that allow him to take flight like a giant bird and travel wherever he pleases.
Reality: I've always hated my grandmother's friends, with their blue and white hair, and those legs like short, veiny bratwursts.
I am weary of looking at the saggy, lumpy, veiny bare arms and legs of old ladies as well as the fat, tattooed arms and legs of the young ladies.
Death waved a veiny arm out my kitchen window, and a dowager squirrel fell from the crepe myrtle tree into the birdbath.
Who's to say this guy you once shared the second cheapest bottle of wine with largely, if you're being honest, just because you liked his veiny arms has any great insight into your failings?
Extreme, non airbrushed close-ups of grotesque veiny cockshafts and horribly mishapen tits.
It is actually a blessing to me to be made aware of some overlooked aspects of my appearance, e.g., elbows, feet, knees, veiny legs, etc.
J undid his pants and let out a steaming, veiny erection.
Wysing Arts Centre, Sun to 18 MarSkye SherwinFreud's portraits are hard, disquieting things, attuned to the tough reality of bare, veiny sprawling bodies and the jaundiced walls, gummy sheets and cruel furniture around them.
The second was pure southern Lebanese, the veiny, tea-green leaves stewed whole with chicken, cilantro, and hot red peppers into a garlicky morass.