meshy

[mesh-ee]

adjective, mesh·i·er, mesh·i·est.

formed with meshes; meshed.

Origin of meshy

First recorded in 1595–1605; mesh + -y1
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Examples from the Web for meshy

Historical Examples of meshy

  • And so the shuttle was played to weave the woof into the meshy warp that had thus been spread.

  • The spider comes of the same family, That in his meshy fortress spends his life, Unless you pull it down and scare him from it.

    The Hunchback

    James Sheridan Knowles