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reedy

[ ree-dee ]
/ ˈri di /
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adjective, reed·i·er, reed·i·est.
full of reeds: a reedy marsh.
consisting or made of a reed or reeds: a reedy pipe.
like a reed or reeds: reedy grass.
having a sound like that of a reed instrument.
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Origin of reedy

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at reed, -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM reedy

reed·i·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for reedy

reedy
/ (ˈriːdɪ) /

adjective reedier or reediest
(of a place, esp a marsh) abounding in reeds
of or like a reed
having a tone like a reed instrument; shrill or pipinga reedy voice

Derived forms of reedy

reedily, adverbreediness, noun
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