gauzy

[ gaw-zee ]
/ ˈgɔ zi /

adjective, gauz·i·er, gauz·i·est.

like gauze; transparently thin and light.

Origin of gauzy

First recorded in 1790–1800; gauze + -y1
Related formsgauz·i·ly, adverbgauz·i·ness, noun
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gauzy

/ (ˈɡɔːzɪ) /

adjective gauzier or gauziest

resembling gauze; thin and transparent
Derived Formsgauzily, adverbgauziness, noun
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Word Origin and History for gauzy

gauzy


adj.

1796, from gauze + -y (2). Related: Gauziness.

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