Dewy

Dew'y adjective 1. Pertaining to dew; resembling, consisting of, or moist with, dew. « A dewy mist Went and watered all the ground.» Milton. « When dewy eve her curtain draws.» Keble. 2. Falling gently and beneficently, like the...
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dewy

1. Pertaining to dew; resembling, consisting of, or moist with, dew. 'A dewy mist Went and watered all the ground.' (Milton) 'When dewy eve her curtain draws.' (Keble) ... 2. Falling gently and beneficently, like the dew. 'Dewy sleep ambrosial.' (Cowper) ... 3. <botany> Resembling a dew-covered surface; appearing as if covered with dew. ... S...
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Dewy

• (a.) Pertaining to dew; resembling, consisting of, or moist with, dew. • (a.) Falling gently and beneficently, like the dew. • (a.) Resembling a dew-covered surface; appearing as if covered with dew.
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