Definition of Thymy

1. a. Abounding with thyme; fragrant; as, a thymy vale.



Definition of Thymy

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of thymey) ¹

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Definition of Thymy

1. abounding in thyme [adj THYMIER, THYMIEST] - See also: thyme

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thymy

thymosins
thymotic
thymotic acid
thymotic acids
thymoxamine
thymus
thymus-dependent zone
thymus-independent antigen
thymus derived lymphocyte
thymus extracts
thymus gland
thymus hormones
thymus hyperplasia
thymus treatment
thymuses
thymy (current term)
thyne
thynge
thynges
thynnic
thynnic acid
thyratron
thyratrons
thyreoid
thyreoids
thyreophoran
thyreostatic
thyristor
thyristors
thyro-

Literary usage of Thymy

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1. Rambles in Spain, Etc. by William Mellor Fletcher (1884)
"... hope that we may wander forth for distant lands within the next decade together browsing the thymy herbage of innocent enjoyment mid pastures ever new. ..."

2. The Lady of the Manor: Being a Series of Conversations on the Subject of by Sherwood (Mary Martha) (1836)
"To those who approach on the Welsh side, where a thymy down or sheep-walk arises abruptly above the house, its loftiest summit being crowned with a group of ..."

3. The Metropolitan (1840)
"How merrily we maidens rove O'er thymy banks and meadows gay ; We tune our sweet guitars to love, And sing the golden hours away. Among the musky-breathing ..."

4. Memorials of a Quiet Life by Augustus John Cuthbert Hare (1874)
"You do indeed draw a picture of the sunny thymy bank so beautiful, that one cannot help wishing life should just now stand still for awhile with you I ..."

5. Poetical Works of the Late Thomas Warton by Thomas Warton, Richard Mant (1802)
"... garden's thymy mound 45 Their bees in bufy ... garden's thymy mound] In the earlier editions it was the " trim garden ;'' from ..."

6. Tait's Edinburgh Magazine by William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone (1850)
"Love is turned out of the " thymy plots of Paradise" by Death, who, with the insolence of a ... Sun and shadow, love and death, yew-trees and thymy plots, ..."

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