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Final plans are being ironed out for a trio of Hilton-brand hotels on the upper end of the Buena Vista Lagoon, a reedy freshwater pond at the Oceanside-Carlsbad border that’s been the focus of a long-running restoration debate.
Her achingly vulnerable songs – sung in a plaintive, slightly reedy voice that Knitel channels – tell a story of love and loss that mirrors King’s own.
There, just before getting a molar pulled, Baudier came across a series of photos of reedy men with fishing rods and nets, lolling in boats and along the banks of lagoons.
And his sing-songy voice, with its reedy tremolo, has a tendency to crack from time to time.
All around the house the lawns are manicured, but high, reedy grasses surround the gray Victorian, and the wood on one side of the porch has started to rot.
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First Known Use of reedy
REEDY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reedy for English Language Learners
: full of or covered with reeds
: having a weak, high-pitched sound
: long and thin
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