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sandy

[ san-dee ]
/ ˈsæn di /
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adjective, sand·i·er, sand·i·est.
of the nature of or consisting of sand.
containing or covered with sand.
of a yellowish-red color: sandy hair.
having hair of a sandy color.
shifting or unstable, like sand.
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Origin of sandy

before 1000; Middle English; Old English sandig.See sand, -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM sandy

sand·i·ness, noun

Other definitions for sandy (2 of 2)

Sandy
[ san-dee ]
/ ˈsæn di /

noun
a male given name.
a female given name, form of Sandra, Saundra, Sondra.
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British Dictionary definitions for sandy

sandy
/ (ˈsændɪ) /

adjective sandier or sandiest
consisting of, containing, or covered with sand
(esp of hair) reddish-yellow
resembling sand in texture

Derived forms of sandy

sandiness, noun
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