adjective, twig·gi·er, twig·gi·est.
Origin of twiggy
Related Words for twiggyattenuate, beanpole, cadaverous, emaciated, ethereal, fragile, gangling, gangly, gaunt, haggard, lank, lanky, lean, lightweight, peaked, pole, puny, rangy, rarefied, rawboned
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Contemporary Examples of twiggy
Befittingly, Entertainment Weekly has styled Dunham as 60s supermodel Twiggy for their 2012 Entertainers of the Year photo shoot.Kate Upton Lands Second Vogue Cover; Lena Dunham Does Twiggy
The Fashion Beast Team
December 6, 2012
Historical Examples of twiggy
No, sir; only that some of the shoots are big and strong, and some are little and twiggy.Brownsmith's Boy
George Manville Fenn
This is a dwarf, spreading, twiggy bush, of fully a yard high.Hardy Ornamental Flowering Trees and Shrubs
A. D. Webster
The tree is small, spreading into a compact though irregular head of twiggy, slender branches.Trees Worth Knowing
Julia Ellen Rogers
The great branches stand off nearly at right angles to the trunk, and are bushy and twiggy at the ends.
It is a good subject for the drier parts of rockwork, where a twiggy branch should be secured, which it will soon cover.