arrowy

adjective
ar·​rowy | \ ˈer-ə-wē, ˈa-rə-\

Definition of arrowy

1 : resembling or suggesting an arrow arrowy pines especially : swiftly moving the sky was radiant with arrowy bolts — Mark Twain
2 : consisting of arrows arrowy showers

First Known Use of arrowy

circa 1637, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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