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or wine·y  (wī′nē)
adj. win·i·er, win·i·est
Having the qualities or taste of wine; heady or intoxicating.
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or win•ey

(ˈwaɪ ni)

adj. win•i•er, win•i•est.
1. of or characteristic of wine.
2. affected by wine.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.winy - having the taste of wine; "a rich winy taste"
tasty - pleasing to the sense of taste; "a tasty morsel"
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(14.) Rodriquez, "Liberal Winy of Democrats Wants Changes to NAFTA Replacement."
'Tainan, in my opinion, is one of those towns which is so beautiful to me because maybe most of its nature, agriculture fields, farms, sea, and mountains', said Winy Maas, co-founder of MVRDV.
Przyczyna jest mala przewidywalnosc i trudnosc w kontrolowaniu sytuacji doswiadczania mobbingu, w ktorej ofiary czuja sie bezradne, maja poczucie winy, obnizona samoocene i depresje.
The immediate area does not reveal the metropolitan charms and exciting quality that the Taiwanese metropolis has to offer,' said MVRDV principal and co-founder Winy Maas.
Kuwait's participation in this annual event represents a valuable contribution to the charitable effort of women diplomats in the world, said President of the International Women's Association Winy Amato.
Arguably pushing the approach to its most extreme was MVRDV, founded by former OMA members Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries.
ou've winy "And you need more than 'chances' to ride lots of winners at Cheltenham." Jump racing's four-day championship, which begins on March 13, is the focal point for everyone -in the sport.
They soften and soak up a bit of the garlicky, winy flavors of the sauce yet retain a bit of texture.
Notable guests over the course of both days included Lindsey Adelman, Anda Andrei, Laura Baldassari, Alberto Biagetti, Bee Brittain, Simon Chaput, Alexandra Champalimaud, Sara and Ugo Colombo, Rafael de Cardenas, Casey Fremont, Alexander Gorlin, Freja Harrell, Misha Kahn, Karen Kice, Winy Maas, Jason and Michelle Rubell, Antonio Sersale, and Hank Willis Thomas.
9 The five pitchers besides Max Scherzer to winy the Cy Young Award in both leagues are Gawd Perry (Giants/Indians), Randy Johnson (MarineiS/D'backs), Pedro Martinez (Expos/Red Sox), Roger Clemens (Red Sox/Blue Jays/Yankees/Astros) and Roy Halladay (Blue Jays/Phillies).
Plenary II will feature the unique creative vision of design thinker Tim Brown, CEO and President of IDEO, as well as Dutch landscape architect Winy Maas, Co-founding Director of MVRDV; and French Botanist & Artist Patrick Blanc.