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wil·low·y

 (wĭl′ō-ē)
adj. wil·low·i·er, wil·low·i·est
1. Planted with or abounding in willows.
2. Resembling a willow tree, especially:
a. Flexible; pliant.
b. Tall, slender, and graceful.
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willowy

(ˈwɪləʊɪ)
adj
1. slender and graceful
2. flexible or pliant
3. (Botany) covered or shaded with willows
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wil•low•y

(ˈwɪl oʊ i)

adj. -low•i•er, -low•i•est.
1. pliant; lithe.
2. (of a person) tall, slender, and graceful.
3. abounding with willows.
[1760–70]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.willowy - slender and graceful
graceful - characterized by beauty of movement, style, form, or execution
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willowy

adjective slender, slim, graceful, supple, lithe, limber, svelte, lissom(e), sylphlike She was a slim, willowy woman in her late thirties.
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Translations
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willowy

[ˈwɪləʊɪ] ADJesbelto
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willowy

[ˈwɪləʊi] adj [person, figure] (= slender) → gracile
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willowy

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willowy

[ˈwɪləʊɪ] adjslanciato/a
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