a. stew-like, similar to stew
Usage examples of "stewy".
After about two hours it was lukewarm, stewy stuff, but in the early hours of the morning it was nectar.
The stewy market street was crowded, made narrow by the press of people.
The driver, a Moor as Enderby took him to be, was stewy in the armpits -- no, more like a tin of Scotch Broth.
At which point I told him yes, yes it was exactly what I wanted, and then Stewy told me his marriage had ended because whatever he did he could never please his wife.
The meat, cut in strips, floated in a stewy soup made of wheat boiled in milk, egg yolks, sugar, and salt.