from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Befitting a nymph.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as nymph-like.


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nymph +‎ -ly


  • She went to Radio Shack, nymphly garments flapping in the wind, garnering stares from the other customers who asked her if she were in a play or if she ‘was one of those free love people’.

    ECHO • by Michelle Klein

  • So this was Azalea, not a nymph but a girl with a nymphly shape.

    Stork Naked

  • She had caught on to two secrets; nymphly kisses had power, and his no meant yes.

    Stork Naked

  • Ogres liked ugly in their own kind, but were not entirely immune to nymphly charms.

    Pet Peeve

  • Hannah moved her head, flinging her hair about in nymphly style.

    Pet Peeve

  • "Eeeek!" she screamed in perfect nymphly manner, flinging her hair about.

    Up In A Heaval

  • It was true: Passion's mouse did have that type of figure, in her nymphly aspect.

    Zombie Lover

  • There stood a fetching nymph with all the usual nymphly features: pretty face, flowing hair, perfect figure, and no clothing.

    Faun & Games

  • In the process she showed a very nymphly pair of legs almost up to the panty line, in much the way the Demoness Sire would have done on purpose.

    Faun & Games

  • "Oh, you have some nymphly ancestry," Forrest said, becoming more interested.

    Faun & Games


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