adjective, straw·i·er, straw·i·est.
- strayhorn, billy,
Origin of strawy
Examples from the Web for strawy
Strawy litter or conifer boughs will serve the purpose well.
And the triumphant blond mane had turned into a strawy, matted mass, apparently untouched by a comb this many a day.The Song of Songs|Hermann Sudermann
The Beta we gave no winter protection, but all of the others we covered with strawy manure.
Rumbold scratched his ear with the three strawy jampots he held in his hand.The History of Mr. Polly|H. G. Wells
Spread a layer of hay, straw, or strawy stable litter a few inches deep over the bed till the heat rises.Mushrooms: how to grow them|William Falconer