dewy

[ doo-ee, dyoo-ee ]
/ ˈdu i, ˈdyu i /

adjective, dew·i·er, dew·i·est.

moist with or as if with dew.
having the quality of dew: dewy tears.

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Origin of dewy

before 1000; Middle English; Old English dēawig; see dew, -y1

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British Dictionary definitions for dewy

dewy
/ (ˈdjuːɪ) /

adjective dewier or dewiest

moist with or as with dewa dewy complexion
of or resembling dew
poetic suggesting, falling, or refreshing like dewdewy sleep

Derived forms of dewy

dewily, adverbdewiness, noun
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