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 (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.
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In fact, Nars has just unveiled a liquid version of the Holy Grail shade, offering the same peachy punch but now with added dewiness.
In fact, Nars has unveiled a liquid version of the Holy Grail shade, offering the peachy punch but now with added dewiness.
This gives you a demi-matte look that eventually transitions to perfectly subdued dewiness that screams healthy and pampered.
Its dewiness and vividness conveys the possibility of a bright future.
This moisturiser adds a dewiness to any complexion, as well as supporting the skin's structure and helping slow down the ageing process.
The surgery improved my life, but it wasn't a miracle cure; my feet still drip, and I still buy only clothes that camouflage general dewiness (prints and dark colors are good).
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This product matts down some of the dewiness of the tinted moisturiser we used earlier but still leaves the skin with a slight sheen.
Matte doesn't necessarily mean flat -- instead think of it as sheer or satiny -- and it definitely tones down any dewiness or sparkle.
It also gave a much heavier coverage than I expected and had none of the dewiness of a cream formulation.