typey

adjective
typ·​ey | \ ˈtī-pē \
variants: or less commonly typy
typier; typiest

Definition of typey

: characterized by strict conformance to type also : exhibiting superior bodily conformation a sound typey heifer

First Known Use of typey

1923, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for typey

type entry 1

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