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Dewy, a. [e.m.E. (a 1533), f. Dew n.1 Cf. OE. déawiᵹ.] Wet with dew; made of dew. — For callour humour on the dewy nicht; Doug. xii. Prol. 91.
Bedyit full of dewy peirlis rovnd; Ib. 134.
The dewy greyn; Ib. xiii. Prol. 177.

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