adjective, wav·i·er, wav·i·est.
Origin of wavy1
noun, plural wa·vies.
Examples from the Web for wavy
Contemporary Examples of wavy
With her sweet smile, rosy cheeks, and wavy white-blond hair, she found money was easy to come by.Hallucinating Away a Heroin Addiction
May 4, 2014
Boland is an immature kid with a lean, unsmiling face, ice-blue eyes, and wavy blond hair.One Red Rose for the Green Kid Who Won the Kentucky Derby
May 3, 2014
The crowd collectively grooved out in the wavy interpretive dance-esque style that Deadheads do.Bob Weir on Drugged-Out Deadheads and Living in Jerry Garcia’s Shadow
April 25, 2014
Gone are the wavy curls, glistening with sweat and flopping a full second behind his every move.Roger Federer’s Hair Evolution
June 9, 2013
Perched atop a mountain of wavy, pulled-back hair is a mangled ball of manliness, a holdover from the days of the samurai.Joakim Noah Has the Manliest Bun Ever
May 15, 2013
Historical Examples of wavy
She stooped ever so slightly and touched the upstanding mop of his wavy hair.The Leopard Woman
Stewart Edward White
The stem is slender, wavy, same color as the pileus, pruinose at the apex.
The caps are often large and wavy, resembling yellow cauliflower.
He saw her eyes and the wavy shadows of her hair on her forehead.Keziah Coffin
Joseph C. Lincoln
The head of the arch is wavy and formed mostly of convex curves.Portuguese Architecture
Walter Crum Watson