adjective, twig·gi·er, twig·gi·est.
Examples from the Web for 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|DAILY BEAST
Tree moderately vigorous, round-headed, twiggy; shoots reddish; foliage rather dark.American Pomology|J. A. Warder
There are many woody little, much branched, twiggy shrublets, which bristle all over with thorns and spines.The Romance of Plant Life|G. F. Scott Elliot
No, sir; only that some of the shoots are big and strong, and some are little and twiggy.Brownsmith's Boy|George Manville Fenn
The leaves are neat, thickly-arranged, and hoary, while the whole plant is twiggy and of strict though by no means formal growth.Hardy Ornamental Flowering Trees and Shrubs|A. D. Webster
The great branches stand off nearly at right angles to the trunk, and are bushy and twiggy at the ends.Cornell Nature-Study Leaflets|Various