dewier

dew·y || 'djuːɪ adj. resembling dew, like dew; moist with dew; refreshing; simple, unsophisticated

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • dewy — /ˈdjui/ (say dyoohee) adjective (dewier, dewiest) 1. moist with or as with dew. 2. having the quality of dew: dewy tears. 3. Poetic falling gently, or refreshing like dew: dewy sleep. 4. of dew. {dew + y1} –dewily, adverb –dewiness …   Australian English dictionary

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  • dewy — adj. (dewier, dewiest) 1 a wet with dew. b moist as if with dew. 2 of or like dew. Phrases and idioms: dewy eyed innocently trusting; naiumlvely sentimental. Derivatives: dewily adv. dewiness n. Etymology: OE deawig (as DEW, Y(1)) …   Useful english dictionary

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