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From Middle English reedy, reedi, reeddy, equivalent to reed +‎ -y.

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reedy (comparative reedier, superlative reediest)

  1. Full of, or edged with, reeds.
  2. (of a sound or voice) High and thin in tone.
  3. (of a person) Tall and thin.
  4. (metallurgy) Imperfectly welded together in masses of rods.
    reedy iron

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