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Definition of Strappy
1. having straps [adj STRAPPIER, STRAPPIEST]
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Literary usage of Strappy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cell Phone: An Anthropology of Communicationby Heather A. Horst, Daniel Miller by Heather A. Horst, Daniel Miller (2006)
"Sporting her blue-tinted trendy glasses and slinky, strappy dresses, which hug her ample breasts, stomach and hips, she lures people in with her wit and ..."
2. Scottish Notes and Queries by John Malcolm Bulloch (1904)
"Arms: Azure, a fesse strappy (?fretty) argent between 3 boars' heads erased or. Crest: a dexter hand holding a club. A plate of c. ..."
3. Report and Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of by Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art (1884)
"Same authority as for 'Adam and Eve.'—May 7th, 1884. SR" This is strappy; ie drawn out like a cord or strap. Called strop in Devon. See Hal. ..."
4. Scottish Notes and Queries edited by John Bulloch (1904)
"Possibly a lady's plate, though the shield is not a lozenge. Alexander.—"Alexr. Gordon, Esq'.'1 Motto over crest: "Dread God." Arms: Azure, a fesse strappy ..."
5. Past Caringby Audrey Jenkinson by Audrey Jenkinson (2004)
"Changing, like Cinderella, into silver strappy-sandals, depositing wellies in the mail-box, and off I'd go, purring into the night, cold bum on leather seat ..."
6. Art and work, as shown in ... artistic industries by Owen William Davis (1885)
"Sixteenth-century ironwork, too, was more strappy, wavy, and flowing. The cabinet measures 7 ft. 2 in. in length, 6 ft. 8 in. in height, and i ft. ..."