Definition of Drifty

1. a. Full of drifts; tending to form drifts, as snow, and the like.



Definition of Drifty

1. Adjective. Tending or seeming to drift ¹

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Definition of Drifty

1. full of drifts (masses of wind-driven snow) [adj DRIFTIER, DRIFTIEST]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drifty

driftnet
driftnets
driftnetted
driftnetting
driftpin
driftpins
drifts
driftway
driftways
driftweed
driftweeds
driftwind
driftwinds
driftwood
driftwoods
drifty (current term)
dright
drighten
drightens
drightin
drill
drill bit
drill bits
drill core
drill cores
drill down
drill downs
drill ground
drill grounds
drill hole

Literary usage of Drifty

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1. The History of Boscawen and Webster [N.H.] from 1733 to 1878 by Charles Carleton Coffin (1878)
"Cold & drifty. " 13 Drifted some. " 14 Very cold & windy. ... 27 Cold, windy, drifty '' — 2S. Snow 3 feet deep & weather cold, hay scarce and dear 8-30 per ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1819)
"The most dismal of all those on record is tke thirteen drifty days. This extraordinary storm, as near as I have been able to trace, must have occurred in ..."

3. Jamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish Language: In which the Words are by John Jamieson, John Johnstone (1867)
"drifty, adj. Abounding with snow-drift. A drifty day, a gusty snowy day, Aberd. DRY-GAIR-FLOW, ». The place where two hills join, and form a kind of bosom, ..."

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