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Definition of "beechy" [beech•y]

  • Any N temperate tree of the genus Fagus, esp F. sylvatica of Europe, having smooth greyish bark: family Fagaceae (noun)
  • Any tree of the related genus Nothofagus, of temperate Australasia and South America (noun)
  • The hard wood of any of these trees, used in making furniture, etc (noun)
  • Of or relating to beech trees. (adjective)

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Use "beechy" in a sentence
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  • "_The Swan_ at Bibury in Gloucestershire, hard by that clear green water the Colne; nor another _Swan_ at Tetsworth in Oxfordshire, which one reaches after bicycling over the beechy slope of the"
  • ""Melville's beechy grove" is an allusion to the grounds of Lord"