winy

or wine·y

[ wahy-nee ]
/ ˈwaɪ ni /

adjective, win·i·er, win·i·est.

of, like, or characteristic of wine.
affected by wine.

Origin of winy

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at wine, -y1
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Examples from the Web for winy

  • The weather has turned quite warm again, with glorious spring days of winy and heart-tugging sunlight and cool and starry nights.

    The Prairie Mother|Arthur Stringer
  • In the meantime (we said) why do you not drink the rich and winy liquor which your vessel contains?

    Pipefuls|Christopher Morley
  • The surprising horror had reduced everyone to soberness: all tipsiness, all winy drowsiness, had passed away.

    Debts of Honor|Maurus Jkai

British Dictionary definitions for winy

winy

/ (ˈwaɪnɪ) /

adjective winier or winiest

a variant spelling of winey
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