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Definition of "sedgy" [sedg•y]

  • Of, pertaining to, or covered with sedge. (adjective)

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Use "sedgy" in a sentence
  • "The cockroaches of the carboniferous epoch are exceedingly similar to those which now run about our coal-cellars; and its locusts, termites and dragon-flies are closely allied to the members of the same groups which now chirrup about our fields, undermine our houses, or sail with swift grace about the banks of our sedgy pools."
  • "Dense forests, impassable morasses, and sedgy streams always bounded the immediate prospect, and the clearings were few and far between."
  • "There she stands, drawn up high and dry upon the sedgy bank of Thames, like an old warrior resting after his toil."