Definition of thymy in US English:

thymy

adjective

  • See thyme

    • ‘He remembers the windblown thymy moors of the west of Scotland.’
    • ‘Peppered Parmesan ‘French fries’ were all peppery at the front of the tongue and thymy at the back.’
    • ‘Above hung the thymy hill where dry grasses and bracken murmured or screamed in the wind.’
    • ‘There was the good pasture for the horses and thymy hill-grass for the sheep.’
    • ‘The air is sweetened by the thymy odours of mountain and moor.’

Pronunciation

thymy

/ˈtīmē//ˈtaɪmi/