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Adjective: racy (racier,raciest)  rey-see
  1. Full of zest or vigour
    "a racy literary style";
    - lively, zingy
  2. Marked by richness and fullness of flavour
    "racy wines";
    - full-bodied, rich, robust
  3. Suggestive of sexual impropriety
    "racy anecdotes";
    - blue, gamy [N. Amer], gamey [N. Amer], juicy, naughty, risqué, spicy
  4. Designed or suitable for competing in a race

Derived forms: raciest, racier

See also: mobile, sexy, spirited, tasty

Encyclopedia: Racy, West Virginia