racy


1racy

adjective \ˈrā-sē\
rac·i·errac·i·est

Definition of RACY

1
a :  full of zest or vigor
b :  having a strongly marked quality :  piquant <a racy flavor>
c :  risqué, suggestive <racy jokes>
2
:  having the distinctive quality of something in its original or most characteristic form
rac·i·ly \ˈrā-sə-lē\ adverb
rac·i·ness \-sē-nəs\ noun

Origin of RACY

3race
First Known Use: circa 1650

Rhymes with RACY

2racy

adjective
rac·i·errac·i·est

Definition of RACY

:  having a body or shape that is suited for racing <a racy dog> <a car with racy lines>

Origin of RACY

1race
First Known Use: 1841

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