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  1. covered with pebbles or sand.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of beachy1

First recorded in 1590–1600; beach + -y 1

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Example Sentences

Once you select the best model for you, you’ll never tire of creating those pretty, beachy waves.

It’s important to check out the specs on any wagon you’re considering in order to make sure it can bear the load of your beachy belongings.

This year’s data reveals a flavor for beachy locations, with Florida, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Hawaii representing the biggest increases in rank year over year.

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Not enough to retire instantly to somewhere warm and beachy, but a pleasant increment to my nest egg.

It is art-deco beachy in parts, and inner-city seedy in other areas, ultimately giving it a poor man's Miami feel.

They had fine blowy days with Nancy up on Beachy Head above the sparkling blue water.

Newhaven is a sickly burg sheltered well to the west of Beachy Head.

A new gun was soon at work again, but to us it was always Beachy Bill.

Running past Eastbourne, we arrived off the bold, wild-looking point of Beachy Head.

The bright revolving light at Beachy Head shone forth astern.





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