wreathy

adjective
\ ˈrē-thē , -t͟hē \

Definition of wreathy 

1 : having the form of a wreath

2 : constituting a wreath

First Known Use of wreathy

1644, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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wreathless

wreathlet

wreath shell

wreathy

wreck

wreckage

wrecker

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