Beachy Beach"y, a. Having a beach or beaches; formed by a beach or beaches; shingly. [1913 Webster]

The beachy girdle of the ocean. --Shak. [1913 Webster]

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  • beachy — adjective (beachier; est) Date: 1597 1. covered with pebbles or shingle 2. characterized by beaches < a beachy island > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • beachy — /bee chee/, adj. covered with pebbles or sand. [1590 1600; BEACH + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • beachy — adjective a) Pertaining to the material making up the edge of a seashore, as with pebbles, gravel, and sand. O God! that one might read the book of fate, b) Pertaining to a beach or something beach like. And see the revolution of the times …   Wiktionary

  • beachy — adj. having a beach; beach like; shingly; covered with sand …   English contemporary dictionary

  • beachy — ˈbēchē adjective ( er/ est) : covered with pebbles, shingle, or sand …   Useful english dictionary

  • Beachy Head — is a chalk headland on the south coast of England, close to the town of Eastbourne in the county of East Sussex, immediately east of the Seven Sisters. The cliff there is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain, rising to 162 m (530 ft) above sea… …   Wikipedia

  • Beachy Head — mit Leuchtturm …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Beachy Head — [Beachy Head] a high piece of land with steep white cliffs that sticks out into the sea on the south coast of England, between Eastbourne and ↑Brighton …   Useful english dictionary

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