Etymology
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twiggy (adj.)

"slender," 1560s, from twig + -y (2). The famous 1960s English model was born Lesley Hornby (1949). The older adjectival form was twiggen "made of twigs" (1540s).

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Definitions of twiggy

twiggy (adj.)
thin as a twig;
Synonyms: twiglike
From wordnet.princeton.edu

Dictionary entries near twiggy

twi-

Twi

twice

twiddle

twig

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twilight

twill

twin

twine

twinge