Meaning of fringy in English:

fringy

Pronunciation /ˈfrɪndʒi/

adjective

See fringe

‘The delegates didn't have time for their fringy nonsense, the press didn't care, and the protesters were not serious.’
  • ‘Rachael had now put on a black skirt, with a fringy sea-blue v-neck top, and was prancing around the room, her arms extended.’
  • ‘This shrub offers burgundy-green foliage and hot pink, fringy blooms primarily in late winter-spring.’
  • ‘Witch hazels unfurl their soft-scented, fringy flowers at a time when gardens offer few other blooms.’
  • ‘About an inch of length at the neckline is often attractive and should be left fringy rather than blunt at the bottom.’