Definition of juicy
juicilyplay \ˈjü-sə-lē\ adverb
juicinessplay \ˈjü-sē-nəs\ noun
Examples of juicy in a Sentence
The meat is tender and juicy.
a juicy bit of news
I want to know all the juicy details.
She sued her former boss and won a juicy settlement in court.
Recent Examples of juicy from the Web
Gov. Terry McAuliffe doled out some of Virginia’s juiciest political plums to seven current or former administration officials and two of their wives on Friday, appointing them to boards overseeing state colleges and universities.
Forget the juicy storylines, or avenging something that happened last June, that championship that got away.
In one of the juicier subplots in NBA Finals history, Mike Brown will serve as Warriors head coach against the organization that fired him not once but twice.
Of the many juicy subplots between the Cavs and Warriors, one that frequently goes overlooked is Lue, the former assistant who has blossomed in no time into one of the league’s brightest young head coaches and a playoff savant.
Blend them with spirits and juicier fruits, then strain out solids and seeds as needed.
Of the many juicy subplots between the Cavs and Warriors, one that frequently goes overlooked is Lue, the former assistant who has blossomed in no time into one of the league's brightest young head coaches and a playoff savant.
But overall, his short CIVIL WARS: A History in Ideas (Knopf, $27.95) offers more dry analysis than juicy insights or rich narrative.
Even better, the casting manages to involve Jake in the diary hunt; indeed, much of the episode’s humor (and quality) hinges on how excited an adult gets about the prospect of delving into some juicy high school drama.
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First Known Use of juicy
JUICY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of juicy for English Language Learners
: containing a lot of juice
: very interesting and exciting especially because of shocking or sexual elements
: involving or providing a large amount of money
JUICY Defined for Kids
Definition of juicy for Students
: having much liquid a juicy pear
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