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withy

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EtymologyEdit

withe +‎ -y

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AdjectiveEdit

withy (comparative withier, superlative withiest)

  1. (archaic) Flexible, like a withe.

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NounEdit

withy (plural withies)

  1. The osier willow (Salix viminalis).
  2. A long flexible twig of the osier; a withe.

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