Waxy meaning

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Resembling wax in appearance or texture, as in being pale, pliable, or smooth and lustrous.
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Consisting of, abounding in, or covered with wax.
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Containing amyloid deposits, as a bodily organ.
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Full of, covered with, or made of wax.
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(med.) Designating, of, or characterized by degeneration resulting from the deposit of an insoluble, waxlike substance in an organ.
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Resembling wax in appearance or texture, as in being pale, pliable, or smooth and lustrous.
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Consisting of, abounding in, or covered with wax.
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Containing amyloid deposits, as a bodily organ.
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Resembling wax in texture or appearance.
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(regional, colloquial) Angry.
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Like wax in nature or appearance.
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Origin of waxy

  • From wax (“soft oily substance") +"Ž -y.

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  • From wax (“fit of anger") +"Ž -y.

    From Wiktionary