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willowy

[ wil-oh-ee ]
/ ˈwɪl oʊ i /
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adjective, wil·low·i·er, wil·low·i·est.

pliant; lithe.
(of a person) tall, slender, and moving gracefully.
abounding with willows.

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Origin of willowy

First recorded in 1760–70; willow + -y1
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British Dictionary definitions for willowy

willowy
/ (ˈwɪləʊɪ) /

adjective

slender and graceful
flexible or pliant
covered or shaded with willows
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