leafy

Leafy - What does it mean?

leafy | |

Lush vs Leafy - What's the difference?

lush | leafy |


As a proper noun lush

is .

As an adjective leafy is

covered with leaves.

Leaky vs Leafy - What's the difference?

leaky | leafy |


As adjectives the difference between leaky and leafy

is that leaky is having leaks, not sealed while leafy is covered with leaves.

Leasy vs Leafy - What's the difference?

leasy | leafy |


As adjectives the difference between leasy and leafy

is that leasy is (obsolete) flimsy; vague; deceptive while leafy is covered with leaves.

Leary vs Leafy - What's the difference?

leary | leafy |


As adjectives the difference between leary and leafy

is that leary is while leafy is covered with leaves.

Leafy vs Leany - What's the difference?

leafy | leany |


As adjectives the difference between leafy and leany

is that leafy is covered with leaves while leany is (obsolete) lean.

Leafy vs Leady - What's the difference?

leafy | leady |


As adjectives the difference between leafy and leady

is that leafy is covered with leaves while leady is resembling lead (the metal).

Leafs vs Leafy - What's the difference?

leafs | leafy |


As a noun leafs

is (nonstandard).

As a verb leafs

is (leaf).

As an adjective leafy is

covered with leaves.

Thallus vs Leafy - What's the difference?

thallus | leafy |


As a noun thallus

is (botany) an undifferentiated plant body, such as in algae.

As an adjective leafy is

covered with leaves.

Leafy vs Stipuled - What's the difference?

leafy | stipuled |


As adjectives the difference between leafy and stipuled

is that leafy is covered with leaves while stipuled is (botany) furnished with stipules, or leafy appendages.

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