Scaly



adjective, scalier, scaliest.
1.
covered with or abounding in scales or scale.
2.
characterized by or consisting of scales; scalelike.
3.
peeling or flaking off in scales.
4.
Slang. shabby; despicable.
adjective scalier, scaliest
1.
resembling or covered in scales
2.
peeling off in scales

scaly scal·y (skā’lē)
adj.

Covered or partially covered with scales.

Shedding scales or flakes; flaking.

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