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  • wavily — ˈwāvə̇lē, li adverb : in a wavy manner * * * wāˈvily adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑wavy * * * wavily, waviness see wavy a …   Useful english dictionary

  • wavily — adverb see wavy …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • wavily — adv. crookedly, twistingly, in a curved and winding manner …   English contemporary dictionary

  • wavily — wav·i·ly …   English syllables

  • wavy — adjective (wavier; est) Date: circa 1586 1. rising or swelling in waves; also abounding in waves < wavy hair > 2. moving with an undulating motion ; fluctuating; also marked by wavering < wavy lines > 3. marked by undula …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • waviness — See wavily. * * * …   Universalium

  • wavy — wavy1 wavily, adv. waviness, n. /way vee/, adj., wavier, waviest. 1. curving alternately in opposite directions; undulating: a wavy course; wavy hair. 2. abounding in or characterized by waves: the wavy sea. 3. resembling or suggesting waves: a… …   Universalium

  • wavy — adjective (wavier, waviest) having or consisting of a series of wave like curves. ↘Heraldry divided or edged with a line formed of alternating shallow curves. Derivatives wavily adverb waviness noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • wavy — /ˈweɪvi/ (say wayvee) adjective (wavier, waviest) 1. curving alternately, in opposite directions in movement or form: a wavy course; wavy hair. 2. having or characterised by waves: the wavy sea. 3. resembling or suggesting waves. 4. Botany a.… …   Australian English dictionary

  • wavy — [wā′vē] adj. wavier, waviest 1. having waves 2. moving in a wavelike motion 3. having undulating curves; forming waves and hollows; sinuous 4. characteristic or suggestive of waves 5. wavering; fluctuating; unsteady wavily adv …   English World dictionary

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