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palmy

adjective \ˈpä-mē, ˈpäl-, ˈp-, ˈpl-\
palm·i·erpalm·i·est

Definition of PALMY

1
:  marked by prosperity :  flourishing <the palmy days of the British drama — Oscar Wilde>
2
:  abounding in or bearing palms

Examples of PALMY

  1. <they knew her in her palmy days when she was living high>
  2. <a palmy suburb with lots of new homes and shopping malls>

First Known Use of PALMY

1602

Rhymes with PALMY

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