sedgy

sedgy

[sej-ee]
adjective, sedgier, sedgiest.
1.
abounding, covered, or bordered with sedge.
2.
of or like sedge.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English; see sedge, -y1

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sedge (sɛdʒ)
 
n
1.  any grasslike cyperaceous plant of the genus Carex, typically growing on wet ground and having rhizomes, triangular stems, and minute flowers in spikelets
2.  any other plant of the family Cyperaceae
 
[Old English secg; related to Middle High German segge sedge, Old English sagusaw1]
 
'sedgy
 
adj

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