billowy

[bil-oh-ee]
adjective, billowier, billowiest.
characterized by or full of billows; surging: a rough, billowy sea.

Origin:
1605–15; billow + -y1

billowiness, noun
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billowy (ˈbɪləʊɪ)
 
adj
full of or forming billows: a billowy sea
 
billowiness
 
n

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Example sentences
The ice looks as taut as a bedsheet in some spots, as billowy as a down
  comforter in others.
The result is a billowy, rich dessert that belies its simplicity.
Eliminate billowy, long table covers that spill into the accessible route.
It blooms in early fall with numerous billowy, white flowers that cover the
  plant.
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