How to use Heathery in a sentence
Even collecting water proved time-consuming, the burn little more than a trickle deep-set between heathery banks.
It was founded in 1776 by Sir James Grant of Grant, and became the chief seat of that ancient family, who had lived on their adjoining estate of Freuchie (Gaelic, fraochach, " heathery") since the beginning of the 15th century, and hence were usually described as the lairds of Freuchie.
Heathery and creamy, pears and stewed prunes, as well as slightly more unusual seaweed notes.
Dusty and heathery hues, such as gray, purple, and mossy browns should be avoided at all costs.
The dales are separated from each other by high uplands, which for the most part are heathery moorland or, at best, hill pastures.Advertisement