Definition of ripply in US English:



  • See ripple

    • ‘Almost no light seeped through the grilles above her, making little ripply moonlit patches on the rainwater river.’
    • ‘He was strongly built, had his ripply hair slicked back, and wore official-looking black clothes.’
    • ‘At home, instead of making pasta, I have settled for thick, ripply dried lasagna, which doesn't quite stack up.’
    • ‘The searing heat of the morning gave way to a windswept evening, with the water as ripply as an English seaside fun pool.’