Spiny

Spin'y adjective [ From Spine .] 1. Full of spines; thorny; as, a spiny tree. 2. Like a spine in shape; slender. ' Spiny grasshoppers sit chirping.' Chapman. 3. Fig.: Abounding with difficulties or annoyances. « The spiny deserts of
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Spiny

Spin'y noun See Spinny .
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spiny

1. Full of spines; thorny; as, a spiny tree. ... 2. Like a spine in shape; slender. 'Spiny grasshoppers sit chirping.' ... 3. Abounding with difficulties or annoyances. 'The spiny deserts of scholastic philosophy.' (Bp. Warburton) Spiny lobster. ... <zoology> Same as Rock lobster, under Rock. See also Lobster. ... Origin: From Spine. ... Sour
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Spiny

• (a.) Fig.: Abounding with difficulties or annoyances. • (n.) See Spinny. • (a.) Full of spines; thorny; as, a spiny tree. • (a.) Like a spine in shape; slender.
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