adjective, ledg·i·er, ledg·i·est.
Origin of ledgy
Examples from the Web for ledgy
Historical Examples of ledgy
None of these get the round head of my ancient friend of the ledgy hill.Old Plymouth Trails
First to roll in past the ledgy portals of the haven were the venerable sea-wagons—the coasters known as the "Apple-treers."Blow The Man Down
He made a wide circuit in advance and at last dismounted upon the summit of a ledgy hill, among crags and forest trees.The Red Mustang
William O. Stoddard
It is hardly possible to give an idea of the desolate aspect of these ledgy islets.
To the north the mainland, with its fringe of ledgy isles, was in sight, distant not far from thirteen leagues.