adjective, thym·i·er, thym·i·est.
Origin of thymy
Examples from the Web for thymy
Historical Examples of thymy
Then he threw himself on the thymy grass and tasted liberty.
I watched them disappear in a sort of moving frieze between the thymy turf and the hot, blue sky.Miss Million's Maid
Thymy grass-plot at back of the Mahasu dak-bungalow, overlooking little wooded valley.The Works of Rudyard Kipling: One Volume Edition
So the Lion had his supper, and then went wearily to sleep on a haycock in the thymy meadow.Kisington Town
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Joan, in her old tweed skirt and new canary-colored silk jumper, was stretched luxuriously on the thymy bents.A Case in Camera