- wet or damp with dew
- of dew
- Old Poet. dewlike; refreshing, gentle, etc.
Origin of dewyMiddle English deui from Old English deawig
- Moist with or as if with dew: dewy grass in early morning.
- Accompanied by dew: a dewy morning.
- Suggestive of the freshness or purity of dew, as in innocence or naiveté: the dewy outlook of youth.
(comparative dewier or more dewy, superlative dewiest or most dewy)
From dew + -y