filmily

filmy

[fil-mee]
adjective, filmier, filmiest.
1.
thin and light; fine and gauzy: a gown of a filmy material.
2.
hazy or misty; glazed: filmy eyes.

Origin:
1595–1605; film + -y1

filmily, adverb
filminess, noun
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filmy (ˈfɪlmɪ)
 
adj , filmier, filmiest
1.  composed of or resembling film; transparent or gauzy
2.  covered with or as if with a film; hazy; blurred
 
'filmily
 
adv
 
'filminess
 
n

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filmy
c.1600, from film + -y (2). Related: Filminess.
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