Definition Of racy

adjective

(of speech, writing, or behavior) lively, entertaining, and typically mildly titillating sexually.

the novel was considered rather racy at the time

Example Of racy

  • A racy little salad of roasted peppers and fresh parsley suits the imposing veal chop.

  • A big-boned and racy Languedoc Syrah, it has a warm perfumed nose that hints of heather and dried spices.

  • A complex, petrolly German Riesling is ideal, combining racy acidity with enough sweetness to cope with the fruit.

  • Also, they all make a startlingly fine Pinot Noir, a wine that often features a combination of California racy fruit with Burgundian earth tones.

  • As for the film being racy , raunchy or titillating, there's utterly nothing groundbreaking here.


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