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stripy

[ strahy-pee ]

adjective

, strip·i·er, strip·i·est.
  1. having or marked with stripes. stripe.


stripy

/ ˈstraɪpɪ /

adjective

  1. marked by or with stripes; striped


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Word History and Origins

Origin of stripy1

First recorded in 1505–15; stripe 1 + -y 1

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Example Sentences

But the probes map the gravitational field along North-South line, which makes the data look stripy.

Cut the pandoro into ½ inch slices; this should give you about eight long stripy slices in total.

Then she settled in perpetuity in front of the television, knitting overtight stripy jumpers.

It was a sad room enough, with its pale blue, stripy-patterned paper, its rickety old furniture and its feeble pictures.

It is supposed to be a clouded animal—not stripy, but blotchy, like a tortoise-shell tom-cat.

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