dewy

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Covered by dew

The dewy grass was too slick for football.

Having the quality of bearing droplets of water

At midnight, in the month of June,I stand beneath the mystic moon.An opiate vapor, dewy, dim,Exhales from out her golden rim.

{a} resembling or wet with dew, moist
{s} resembling dew, like dew; moist with dew; refreshing; simple, unsophisticated
If your skin looks dewy, it looks soft and glows healthily. wet with drops of dew
Something that is dewy is wet with dew
Pertaining to dew; resembling, consisting of, or moist with, dew
Resembling a dew-covered surface; appearing as if covered with dew
wet with dew
Falling gently and beneficently, like the dew
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dewy-eyed
Naive or innocent in the manner of a child

Dowie could scarcely have told what phrase or word at last suddenly brought up before her a picture of the nursery in the house in Mayfair—the feeling of a warm soft childish body pressed close to her knee, the look of a tender, dewy-eyed small face and the sound of a small yearning voice saying: I want to kiss you, Dowie..

dewy-eyed
Having eyes with a moist, glistening appearance, especially as indicating that one is on the verge of crying or that one is experiencing strong emotions

Bill Clinton has never shied away from displays of dewy-eyed, lip-biting sentimentality.

dewy-eyed
disapproval If you say that someone is dewy-eyed, you are criticizing them because you think that they are unrealistic and think events and situations are better than they really are. having eyes that are slightly wet with tears
dewier
comparative of dewy
dewiest
superlative of dewy
dewily
in a dewy manner; moistly, refreshingly
dewiness
The state or quality of being dewy
dewiness
State of being dewy
dewiness
{i} dewy quality
dewy

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    dew·y

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    dui

    Telaffuz

    /ˈdo͞oē/ /ˈduːiː/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'dü-E also 'dy&uum ] (adjective.) before 12th century. From dew + -y

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