[ US /ˈwɪɫəwi/ ]
[ UK /wˈɪlə‍ʊi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. slender and graceful
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How To Use willowy In A Sentence

  • Then, before I can stop him, he calls a willowy black male over, saying carelessly, Brett, this is the guy I told you about—now you take care my friend, ’kaaaay? Hollywood Savage
  • Her willowy hair and crystalline eyes caused people to turn and look when she was carried into a room. Christianity Today
  • Rhoda's willowy figure, modish straw hat, and fuchsia gloves and shoes surprised Janice.
  • She was thin and willowy and beautiful, and she was neither young nor old.
  • A willowy soldier leaned against a tree near where he stood, whittling a piece of wood.
  • The soldier is played by Basim Hamed, a willowy, 31-year-old sculptor who shaved his shoulder-length hair and grew a mustache for the part.
  • Extra timber needed to be added to his willowy 6ft 6in frame. Times, Sunday Times
  • Breathe wisteria, lavender, lobelia as you wander willowy riverbanks.
  • Bronwyn is tall, blonde, willowy, already a great beauty, while Ian is darkly bearded, almost piratical.
  • His precise features were hidden beneath the caliginous atmosphere of the night, but I could see by the distant lights that he was a tall, willowy figure with light muscles.
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