Examples of sandy in a Sentence
The soil in my garden is very sandy.
the child with sandy hair really stood out among the brunettes
Recent Examples of sandy from the Web
The queens wear boots — instead of prim flats — to trod on the sandy arena and know how to ride horses.
But surrounded by family and friends, shimmering water and sandy beaches, White was just that: miserable.
Black bass – will be good over the next couple of weeks with the smallmouth bass moving into rocky and sandy coves for their annual spawn.
That sandy exodus is part of San Francisco’s campaign to fight severe erosion at the southern end of the beach that faces the Pacific Ocean.
The 1713 Treaty of Utrecht permanently ceded Gibraltar’s town, castle and port to Great Britain, but recovering the Rock—which is separated from Spanish territory by a narrow, sandy isthmus—has remained to this day an enduring objective for Spain.
Coen is described as a white female with fair skin, blue eyes, and sandy blonde hair.
Check out Great Walks of Australia, especially the three-night Bay of Fires Lodge Walk across a sandy windswept coast (greatwalksofaustralia.com.au).
Aerial images broadcast by Miami television stations showed the aircraft on sandy ground near Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park.
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SANDY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sandy for English Language Learners
: full of or covered with sand
: having a yellowish-gray or yellowish-brown color
SANDY Defined for Kids
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