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beamy

[ bee-mee ]
/ ˈbi mi /
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adjective, beam·i·er, beam·i·est.
emitting beams of or as of light; radiant.
broad in the beam, as a ship.
Zoology. having antlers, as a stag.
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Origin of beamy

First recorded in 1350–1400, beamy is from the Middle English word bemy.See beam, -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM beamy

beam·i·ly, adverbbeam·i·ness, noun
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