Adjective "beachy" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈbiːtʃi/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Relating to, suggestive of, or appropriate for a beach or a holiday spent at the beach.
  1. 'beachy clothes and accessories'
  2. 'The bare stage and black backdrop are occasionally relieved by smoky atmospherics that evoke perhaps a run-down dance hall in a beachy part of town.'
  3. 'Could you not get a cheap flight to somewhere beachy, take off your shoes, find a wooden cabin and a man to cook you curry, for a fraction of the cost?'
  4. 'Peel the tank off if it's steamy; put it back on when a beachy breeze blows in.'
  5. 'It quickly transpired when we drove past our fourth bar as we drove out of the PORT that Ko Phangan might have once been a beachy paradise, but now, the whole island centres around this monthly event.'
  6. 'This method of wearing it instantly transforms the formal blouse to something very casual and in this case, beachy.'
  7. 'What used to be a casual surfer-dude lair, aptly named "Le Shack," is now an airy, welcoming home that deftly juxtaposes beachy fun with city sophistication.'
  8. 'Gold Coast, Australia is a real beachy area.'
  9. 'Orient's pools are built right on the rocks at the edge of the ocean which means you can have that beachy feel without having to get too much sand between your toes.'
  10. 'The whole family is blonde and very beachy.'

Definitions

1. covered with pebbles or sand.

More examples(as adjective)

"heads can be beachy."

"returnings can be beachy."

"populations can be beachy."

"lighthouses can be beachy."

"interviews can be beachy."

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