One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The emphasis is on freeform melancholy: Lorson's fragile piano and Coté's slide guitar bob along wispily, unhindered by structural imperatives, and often adding up to a lot of nothing.’
- ‘Her black hair was tied back very loosely, which made several tendrils escape and hang wispily around her angular face.’
- ‘The dark-haired girl scoffed, shaking a strand of wispily cut hair from her eyes.’
- ‘As a sly wind breathed wispily beneath my collared shirt, I opened the main doors to the school and stepped inside.’
- ‘The same hair on the head of a fair scrubbed child, would sit with the stance of curls and ringlets, or blow wispily across a white neck.’
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