Consisting of leaves: Spinach is a leafy green vegetable. (adjective)
Similar to or resembling a leaf.(adjective)
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Use "leafy" in a sentence
"Both cities have beautiful colonial plazas but the cities themselves are spread widely over rolling hills not inviting to residents prone to strolling in leafy neighborhoods within reasonable distance from those pompous plazas."
"Those affected range from Western ranchers plagued by a weed called leafy spurge to Chicago homeowners whose stately maple trees have fallen prey to the Asian long-horned beetle."
"But if such is not the case, "ambrezades" must be planted -- that is, a leafy plant, growing to the height of eight or nine feet, the leaves of which, continually falling, decay and fertilize the soil."