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Heath´y

    (hēth´ŷ)
a.1.Full of heath; abounding with heath; as, heathy land; heathy hills.
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A pretty winding path, artificially made, led me on among the trees, and my north-country experience soon informed me that I was approaching sandy, heathy ground.
The ground, shelving away below me, was all sand, with a few little heathy hillocks to break the monotony of it in certain places.
On the further side of the pond the ground sloped downward toward the south, and revealed, over a low paling, a pretty view of a village and its church, backed by fir woods mounting the heathy sides of a range of hills beyond.
We must seek it among the leafless woods and the brambly lanes, on the heathy moors and the great still hills, if we want to feel its joyous breath and hear its silent voices.
The bleak, hard, wind-swept road dipped down in front of them into a little valley, and then, writhing up the heathy slope upon the other side, lost itself among the gaunt pine-trees.
I was on some sort of a heathy common mottled over with dark clumps of furze-bushes.
He led the way through the gap to a patch of turf on the heathy ground, screened by bushes and dwarf trees on the side nearest to the road, and commanding in the opposite direction a grandly desolate view over the broad brown wilderness of the moor.
This heathy treat can be a delicious, perfect mid-day or dinner meal for diabetics.
The average occupancy rate during the first three months of 2019 achieved a heathy rate of 81 per cent, which is an uptick of 0.5 per cent from the previous year.
SPORTY Style Look for cushioned support if you want to be really comfortable and keep your feet heathy and pain-free.
After the class, the all-day breakfast menu offers heathy Levantine dishes for an energising start to the day.