Definition of Thymey

1. Adjective. Resembling or characteristic of the herb thyme. ¹



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Definition of Thymey

1. thymy [adj THYMIER, THYMIEST] - See also: thymy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thymey

thyme-leaved sandwort
thyme-leaved speedwell
thyme camphor
thyme oil
thymectomies
thymectomize
thymectomized
thymectomizes
thymectomizing
thymectomy
thymelcosis
thymelike
thymene
thymes
thymey (current term)
thymi
thymiatechny
thymic
thymic acid
thymic agenesis
thymic alymphoplasia
thymic aplasia
thymic arteries
thymic branches of internal thoracic artery
thymic corpuscle
thymic hormone
thymic hypoplasia
thymic lymphopoietic factor

Literary usage of Thymey

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1. Hawthorne and His Circle by Julian Hawthorne (1903)
"Would you run to and fro, and visit the spot where Adam first stood erect, and the place where he sat when he named the animals, and the thymey bank on ..."

2. The American Crisis: Or, Pages from the Note-book of a State Agent During by John Lewis Peyton (1867)
"During this visit to the country, I made daily excursions through the green lanes, or over the quiet fields, or the thymey commons, going sometimes twenty ..."

3. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1843)
"Alas ! poor soul ! what for him are the sweet bean-flowers—the pleasant uplands—the thymey hills—the blue sky ? His home is " in the pit, which is so hot ..."

4. Handbook to the Environs of London: Alphabetically Arranged, Containing an by James Thorne (1876)
"Banstead Damns have always been famous for their fine views, pure air, and the short, close, thymey turf with which they are covered. ..."

5. Handbook to the Environs of London: Alphabetically Arranged, Containing an by James Thorne (1876)
"There are, however, still bosky valleys and thymey downs about Caterham, and the whole neighbourhood remains perhaps the pleasantest of those near London ..."

6. Handbook to the Environs of London: Alphabetically Arranged, Containing an by James Thorne (1876)
"Banstead Downs have always been famous for their fine views, pure air, and the short, close, thymey turf with which they are covered. ..."

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