adjective, sedg·i·er, sedg·i·est.

abounding, covered, or bordered with sedge.
of or like sedge.

Origin of sedgy

Middle English word dating back to 1275–1325; see origin at sedge, -y1 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for sedgy

Historical Examples of sedgy

  • The pictures were of woods and lakes, or a bit of sedgy river.

    A Modern Cinderella

    Amanda M. Douglas

  • They come to drink, or to feed and play in the sedgy meadow near by.

  • To walk along the sedgy banks is to leave a trail of "squish-squash" with every step.

    The Thames

    G. E. Mitton

  • Sam seemed to feel reassured, and went to cropping the sedgy grass.

  • Arrived at the sedgy ocean line he halted, and turned upon her.

    A Pilgrim Maid

    Marion Ames Taggart