Rice, especially in the husk, whether gathered or still in the field.(noun)
A specially irrigated or flooded field where rice is grown.(noun)
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Use "paddy" in a sentence
"A rice paddy is drained and allowed to dry to just the right consistency."
"Then we called the paddy wagon, and I gave the order to arrest them."
"A group of farmers have created 'murals' by planting rice in different colors in Japanese paddy fields"