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Definition of: racy

(rāsē) adjective rac·i·er, rac·i·est
1. Having a spirited or pungent interest; spicy; piquant: a racy style.
2. Having a characteristic flavor assumed to be indicative of origin, as wine; rich, fresh, or fragrant.
3. Suggestive; slightly immodest: a racy story. [<RACE1]
Synonyms: flavorous, forcible, high–flavored, lively, piquant, pungent, rich, spicy, spirited. Racy applies (def. 2) to the pleasing flavor characteristic of certain wines. Pungent denotes something sharply stimulating to the organs of taste or smell, as vinegar, ammonia; piquant denotes a quality similar in kind to pungent but less in degree, alluring and agreeable; pungent spices may be deftly compounded in a piquant sauce. Antonyms: dull, flat, flavorless, insipid, tasteless, vapid.

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