Examples of willowy in a Sentence
the rattan's stems are split into willowy staves that are woven together to produce exquisite baskets
Recent Examples of willowy from the Web
And Mara is perfectly cast as the girl who's been left behind; even the willowy curve of her neck suggests a quiet thoughtfulness.
But Jorge, a willowy 23-year-old, utilized a 95 mph fastball to work into the sixth inning, allowing three runs in five-plus innings.
There's no tidy resolution here, no willowy woman on the book jacket holding the waistband of her old pants an arm's reach from her new body.
So that is why 10 artistic directors, associate producers and others were inside the 40-seat black-box Skylight recently, watching a willowy young woman named Akemi Look audition.
Clyde Holliday State Recreation Site, Oregon: Tall, willowy cottonwood trees along the John Day River provide shade and serenity off U.S. Highway 26 just west of the Eastern Oregon town of John Day.
Stettheimer peopled her pictures with willowy figures—women in slinky gowns and men in close-fitting suits.
Out of a gondola steps a willowy beauty wearing a tomato-red lace gown with bold pink appliqué carnations, her raven hair pulled back in a low chignon.
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WILLOWY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of willowy for English Language Learners
: tall, thin, and graceful
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