palmy

[pah-mee]
adjective, palmier, palmiest.
1.
glorious, prosperous, or flourishing: the palmy days of yesteryear.
2.
abounding in or shaded with palms: palmy islands.

Origin:
1595–1605; palm2 + -y1


1. bounteous, booming, halcyon, rosy.
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palmy (ˈpɑːmɪ)
 
adj , palmier, palmiest
1.  prosperous, flourishing, or luxurious: a palmy life
2.  covered with, relating to, or resembling palms: a palmy beach

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These are palmy days for radio talk-show hosts, no doubt.
In the palmy days of jesters and fools, and of the grotesque in literature and art, the church was at its zenith.
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