Definition of "twiggy" [twig•gy]

  • (adjective) Resembling a twig or twigs, as in slenderness or fragility.
  • (adjective) Abounding in twigs: a twiggy branch.

Use "twiggy" in a sentence

  • "Tasted without food, it's what I can only describe as twiggy - it's as if they have crushed the vines along with the grapes."
  • "The computer up for sale is a 2/5, the owner thinks it was one of the original Lisas converted to a Lisa 2, as evidenced by the "twiggy" Power Connector in the Diskette bay and serial number."
  • "My arms and hands look kind of twiggy, and my wedding ring slid off when I was doing the dishes the other day."

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