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reedy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Colours & sounds, Plants, Nature
reedyreed‧y /ˈriːdi/ adjective  1 Ca voice that is reedy is high and unpleasant to listen to2 HBPDNa place that is reedy has a lot of reeds growing there
Examples from the Corpus
reedyInstead it is too often reedy and has difficulty carrying assurance.Wasswa read it, his voice reedy and shaking.His band are reedy and twiddly; to work, Almond's stuff needs a huge orchestra capable of great drama.The tiger gained its stripes by evolving in dense jungle and wet, reedy areas.Both had burnt-auburn hair, reedy bodies and somber faces.Floral arrangements were at a reedy minimum.She liked the reedy smell of them.Perdita had rather a reedy voice, but she insisted on joining in.
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