Definition of Heathy

1. a. Full of heath; abounding with heath; as, heathy land; heathy hills.



Definition of Heathy

1. Adjective. Resembling heath ¹

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Definition of Heathy

1. abounding in heath [adj HEATHIER, HEATHIEST] - See also: heath

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Heathy

heather-mixture
heather bell
heather mixture
heathered
heatherlike
heathers
heathery
heathfowl
heathier
heathiest
heathland
heathlands
heathless
heathlike
heaths
heathy (current term)
heating
heating curve
heating element
heating oil
heating pad
heating plant
heating surface
heating system
heating up
heating value
heatingly
heatings
heatless
heatlessly

Literary usage of Heathy

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1. The Seasons by James Thomson, Patrick Murdoch, John Aikin (1811)
"Far-seen, the heights of heathy Cheviot blaze, And Thule bellows through her utmost isles. Guilt hears appalled, with deeply troubled thought. ..."

2. The Complete Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott by Walter Scott (1900)
"... My love shall wrap her warm, And, fearless of the slippery way While safe she trips the heathy brae, 50 Shall hang on Arthur's arm. ..."

3. Trees & Shrubs for English Gardens by Ernest Thomas Cook (1902)
"heathy PATHS IN OUTER GARDEN SPACES THE subject of heathy paths comes within the scope of this book. We are not thinking of grass or gravel paths, ..."

4. Trees & Shrubs for English Gardens by Ernest Thomas Cook (1908)
"CHAPTER IV heathy PATHS IN OUTER GARDEN SPACES THE subject of heathy paths comes within the scope of this book. We are not thinking of grass or gravel paths ..."

5. Remarks on Forest Scenery, and Other Woodland Views by William Gilpin (1834)
"There are heathy grounds in this district also; but they occupy chiefly the middle parts between these two tracts of woodland. ..."

6. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1802)
"... this heathy wood, we rode over a moor, by the side of the itone wall and hedge which ... heathy ..."

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