reediness

reedy

[ree-dee]
adjective, reedier, reediest.
1.
full of reeds: a reedy marsh.
2.
consisting or made of a reed or reeds: a reedy pipe.
3.
like a reed or reeds: reedy grass.
4.
having a sound like that of a reed instrument.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see reed, -y1

reediness, noun
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reedy (ˈriːdɪ)
 
adj , reedier, reediest
1.  (of a place, esp a marsh) abounding in reeds
2.  of or like a reed
3.  having a tone like a reed instrument; shrill or piping: a reedy voice
 
'reedily
 
adv
 
'reediness
 
n

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