Definition of 'willowy'
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Her classic beauty and willowy frame give her global appeal over those editorial models with distinctive looks. The Sun (2013)Her willowy hair and crystalline eyes caused people to turn and look when she was carried into a room. Christianity Today (2000)She is far more effective than many beauties, graceful and willowy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Outside, she was a willowy blonde with an eye for fashion. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Yes, but only if you have willowy thin legs that are longer than your torso. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Of course there is that willowy woman who for all I know goes jeans shopping for fun. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Extra timber needed to be added to his willowy 6ft 6in frame. Times, Sunday Times (2006)With her willowy, elegant figure, she could make almost anything look stylish. Times, Sunday Times (2014)At first, America focused its anger and military might on the willowy figure spewing out uncompromising messages of hatred. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But the 80-year-old monster is about to walk down the aisle with a willowy young woman 54 years his junior. The Sun (2014)
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