adjective, web·bi·er, web·bi·est.
Origin of webby
noun, plural Web·bys, Web·bies.
Origin of Webby
Examples from the Web for webby
Contemporary Examples of webby
The results, as you can plainly see, are as trippy as they are webby.Zebra Finches, Dolphins, Elephants, and More Animals Under the Influence
December 31, 2014
The webby feel matches our Skype age, when blurry images and cellphone pictures have become the norm.Why Google Hangouts Are Hot: Television’s Next Frontier
August 29, 2012
For shorts categories, adopt the Webby Awards rules for acceptance speeches—five words only.The Oscars: 21 Fixes for the Show So It’s Less Boring
February 20, 2012
Historical Examples of webby
Webby will do just what he says every time and all the time.Battling the Clouds
Captain Frank Cobb
"They feel it with their legs and their webby toes," said Connie.The Seaboard Parish Volume 1
He noted how the soft flesh was creasing into webby folds beneath her chin, below her eyes, at the base of her wrists.Babbitt
In the silence of arrested speech, he reached for her fingers, which were twisting nervously in the webby lace on her dress.From the Valley of the Missing
Grace Miller White
Spikelets 3–many-flowered, panicled or racemose; the flowers not webby at base.