adjective, wield·i·er, wield·i·est.
- wie geht's,
- wieland, christoph martin,
- wien, wilhelm,
- wiener neustadt,
- wiener schnitzel
Origin of wieldy
Examples from the Web for wieldy
The government of a country so vast and various must be strong, prompt, wieldy, and efficient.Congressional Government|Woodrow Wilson
And even of peace we can have no stronger assurance than a wise and wieldy readiness for war.
"But, my good man——" the preacher objected, finding in his hand a donation about as welcome 271 and as wieldy as a strange baby.Excuse Me!|Rupert Hughes
Ten thousand tons of bulk cannot be turned and twisted on the heel with the swish and toss of the wieldy clipper.Pike & Cutlass|George Gibbs
But for all his age and size, the judge was wieldy enough when he chose to be.Those Times And These|Irvin S. Cobb