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strawy

[ straw-ee ]
/ ˈstrɔ i /
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adjective, straw·i·er, straw·i·est.

of, containing, or resembling straw.
strewn or thatched with straw.

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Origin of strawy

First recorded in 1545–55; straw + -y1
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strawy
/ (ˈstrɔːɪ) /

adjective strawier or strawiest

containing straw, or like straw in colour or texture
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