billowy billowy


  • (adj) characterized by great swelling waves or surges



  1. Occasionally Billy lumbers over to another part of the yard--his massive gray body, wrinkled skin and billowy, fanlike ears intimidating yet at the same time irresistible.
  2. Green and white robed Meharis swooped in billowy formation, borne by swift camels.
  3. The men recognize their wives by subtle gradations of their billowy contours: potato-shaped, pepper-shaped, turnip-shaped.


  1. Gala marks 90th anniversary of founding of Crispus Attucks Community Center, Lancaster NAACP

    Ty Bair, of Lancaster, is a schoolteacher, a member of a profession not normally known for sartorial excess.But Saturday night, Bair and two friends donned zoot suits — long, loose jackets and billowy trousers. They were wearing what jazz great Cab Calloway once called "the ultimate in clothes...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Lancaster Online

  2. Where can I get free doughnuts today?

    Friday June 7 is National Doughnut Day. While it's easy to assume this billowy sweet treat is an all-American concoction, some food historians credit the Dutch, others German bakers and other research links them to Central Europe. Krispy Kreme, Dunkin¿ Donuts and Winn-Dixie bakeries will be honoring June 7 with free doughnuts. And while their products are fab, I thought it was great time to give ...
    on June 7, 2013     Source: Orlando Sentinel

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