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dew·y

 (do͞o′ē, dyo͞o′ē)
adj. dew·i·er, dew·i·est
1. Moist with or as if with dew: dewy grass in early morning.
2. Accompanied by dew: a dewy morning.
3. Suggestive of the freshness or purity of dew, as in innocence or naiveté: the dewy outlook of youth.

dew′i·ly adv.
dew′i·ness n.

dewy

(ˈdjuːɪ)
adj, dewier or dewiest
1. moist with or as with dew: a dewy complexion.
2. of or resembling dew
3. poetic suggesting, falling, or refreshing like dew: dewy sleep.
ˈdewily adv
ˈdewiness n

dew•y

(ˈdu i, ˈdyu i)

adj. dew•i•er, dew•i•est.
1. moist with dew.
[before 1000]
dew′i•ly, adv.
dew′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.dewy - wet with dewdewy - wet with dew        
wet - covered or soaked with a liquid such as water; "a wet bathing suit"; "wet sidewalks"; "wet weather"
Translations

dewy

[ˈdjuːɪ] ADJ (dewier (compar) (dewiest (superl))) [grass] → cubierto de rocío; [eyes] → húmedo

dewy

adj (+er) grass, morningtaufeucht; skintaufrisch; her eyes were dewyihre Augen hatten einen feuchten Schimmer

dewy

[ˈdjuːɪ] adjbagnato/a di rugiada, rugiadoso/a