adjective, dew·i·er, dew·i·est.
Origin of dewy
Examples from the Web for dewy
When romancing the dewy Briony, the cosmopolitan New Yorker Andrew sounds like the creepy European Humbert Humbert.
"Her at Pont Street has wrote to give 'im the go-by—that's what she've done," said pale-faced Tait, wiping his dewy brow.The Dop Doctor|Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
Isolde's blue eyes, dewy as a child's with unshed tears, appealed to him.A Modern Mercenary|Kate Prichard and Hesketh Vernon Hesketh-Prichard
I dont think Ill walk in the dewy grass any more in the morning.Letters of the Motor Girl|Ethellyn Gardner
We once knew a sweet young creature, with dewy eye and breath like timothy hay.
A girl with eyes like dewy violets was his Diana, and to her his incense was offered.Gordon Keith|Thomas Nelson Page