Examples of feathery in a Sentence
a plant with feathery leaves
the apple pie had a wonderfully feathery crust
Recent Examples of feathery from the Web
Hair was sprayed with Memory Mist before it was crimped and brushed out for that wild, feathery texture.
That might explain the feathery/wavy/reverse/every-which-way eyebrows of the past few months, but as seen as Milan Fashion Week, maybe the craftiest like-trap isn't designed to shock at all.
Here's Nicole Kidman having ~fun~ twirling her Calvin Klein gown: And behold Zoe Kravitz channeling *major* rainbow vibes in a feathery Dior Haute Couture number: Lookin' good, ladies.
There were feathery dresses, sheer tops, and plenty of short skirts for the girl who is ready for a night out on the West End of London.
Even our feathery friends could use some shelter during Hurricane Irma.
His feathery lure — designed to look like a small tasty frog — plopped onto the water.
Zoë Kravitz also opted for a feathery look, although a much more colorful one, choosing a Dior Haute Couture gown with a black feathered bodice and technicolor feathered rainbow skirt.
And in 2017 the Fenty Beauty phenom wore a feathery Comme de Garcon confection custom made by the night's honoree, Rei Kawakubo.
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First Known Use of feathery
Synonymsfeatherlight, 1light, lightweight, underweight, weightless
Antonymsheavy, hefty, leaden, overweight, ponderous, weighty
Related Wordsbantam, diminutive, little, minute, puny, small, smallish, tiny, undersized (also undersize), wee; flimsy, fragile, insubstantial; petite, slender, slight, slim, thin
Near Antonymsbig, considerable, extensive, goodly, great, handsome, huge, hulking, jumbo, king-size (or king-sized), large, largish, massive, overscale (or overscaled), oversize (or oversized), sizable (or sizeable), substantial, super, voluminous, whacking; bulky, cumbersome, unwieldy
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