(comparative more sedgy, superlative most sedgy)
- Of, pertaining to, or covered with sedge.
Variant of sedge
any of the plants of the sedge family often found on wet ground or in water, having usually triangular, solid stems, three rows of narrow, pointed leaves, and minute flowers borne in spikelets
Origin of sedgeMiddle English segge ; from Old English secg, akin to sagu, saw: from the shape of the leaves
designating a family (Cyperaceae, order Cyperales) of grasslike, monocotyledonous plants, including papyrus