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juicy

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adjective \ˈjü-sē\

Simple Definition of juicy

  • : containing a lot of juice

  • : very interesting and exciting especially because of shocking or sexual elements

  • : involving or providing a large amount of money

Full Definition of juicy

juic·i·erjuic·i·est

  1. 1 :  having much juice :  succulent

  2. 2 :  rewarding or profitable especially financially :  fat <juicy contract> <a juicy dramatic role>

  3. 3 a :  rich in interest :  colorful <juicy details> b :  sensational, racy <a juicy scandal> c :  full of vitality :  lusty

juic·i·ly play \-sə-lē\ adverb
juic·i·ness play \-sē-nəs\ noun

Examples of juicy

  1. The meat is tender and juicy.

  2. a juicy bit of news

  3. I want to know all the juicy details.

  4. She sued her former boss and won a juicy settlement in court.



15th Century

First Known Use of juicy

15th century

Rhymes with juicy



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