wavy

[ UK /wˈe‍ɪvi/ ]
[ US /ˈweɪvi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. uneven by virtue of having wrinkles or waves
  2. (of hair) having waves
    she had long wavy hair
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How To Use wavy In A Sentence

  • Double bright pink two - tone wavy. TL variegated, plain. Standard trailer.
  • A crest of wavy, blond hair was loosely rooted on a magisterial forehead.
  • His wavy silver hair was slicked back to better reveal his large and luminescent round blue eyes, which were at the moment centered on Katrina.
  • I had a momentary image - very clear, very politically incorrect, and very likely brought on by Pam's mention of the cartoon books I'd once drawn for a little sick girl - of a large talking skunk in a beret, Monsieur Pepé Le Pew, strutting around my daughter's pension (if that was the word for a bedsitter-type apartment in Paris) with wavy aroma lines rising from his white-striped back. Duma Key
  • There he cut a memorable figure with his red sash, billowing white shirt and stupendous head of crisp wavy hair. The Times Literary Supplement
  • His hair was short and wavy, and oh, so black, a true blue-black, such as Pamela had rarely seen before.
  • Held by the stalk at the bottom, they look like dainty fans with a wavy edge. Times, Sunday Times
  • Devil killer body, a large wavy golden hair shine, slender legs wearing a yellow goose miniskirts, show figure of the perfect.
  • He was about six feet tall with wavy blonde hair and fair skin.
  • Devil killer body, a large wavy golden hair shine, slender legs wearing a yellow goose miniskirts, show figure of the perfect.
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