ripply
adjective see ripple II

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Ripply — Rip ply, a. Having ripples; as, ripply water; hence, resembling the sound of rippling water; as, ripply laughter; a ripply cove. Keats. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ripply — [rip′lē] adj. ripplier, rippliest characterized by ripples …   English World dictionary

  • ripply — adjective Having ripples. Well, by this time I was most down to the foot of the island. A little ripply, cool breeze begun to blow, and that was as good as saying the night was about done …   Wiktionary

  • ripply — ripple ► NOUN 1) a small wave or series of waves. 2) a gentle rising and falling sound that spreads through a group of people. 3) a feeling or effect that spreads through someone or something. 4) a type of ice cream with wavy lines of coloured… …   English terms dictionary

  • ripply — ˈrip(ə)lē, li adjective Etymology: ripple (V) + y 1. : having ripples ripply water 2. : resembling the sound of rippling water …   Useful english dictionary

  • ripply — /rip lee/, adj. 1. characterized by ripples; rippling. 2. sounding like rippling water. [1765 75; RIPPLE1 + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • Ripply — Волнистый …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • ripply — Synonyms and related words: broken, bumpy, choppy, coarse, coarse grained, corrugated, cross grained, grainy, granulated, homespun, horripilant, inequal, irregular, jolty, linsey woolsey, pimply, pitted, pocky, potholed, rank, rough, rough cast,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • ripply — adj. characterized by small waves or undulations; having the sound of rippling water …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ripply — rip·ply …   English syllables

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