viewy

[vyoo-ee]
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adjective, view·i·er, view·i·est.

having impractical views; speculative; visionary.
eye-catching; showy.

Origin of viewy

First recorded in 1840–50; view + -y1
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viewy

adjective viewier or viewiest informal, rare

having fanciful opinions or ideas; visionary
characterized by ostentation; showy
Derived Formsviewiness, noun
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