Definition of peppy
: full of pep
Examples of peppy in a Sentence
At 75 years old, he is as peppy as ever.
a group of peppy cheerleaders
The song was a peppy little dance number.
Recent Examples of peppy from the Web
Even on the phone, their peppy, strong dynamic boils over.
The Strumbellas, a cordial Canadian indie-folk sextet, performed peppy songs with beery choruses.
His dialogue is as peppy as a fast break, and Rip and Red’s story is as heartwarming – or heartbreaking – as a last-minute buzzer beater.
These peppy pop songs weren't written for a show (though Johnson did have a hand in a musical or two back in the day).
Perel is small and blond, with an elfin face, intense, peppy charisma, and a Francophone accent that serves to bolster her psychoanalytic and erotic authority.
A fine artist who’s also experimented with political street art, Gillette paints peppy Disney imagery on the walls surrounding these ramshackle shanty towns, vast landfills and outdoor toilets.
The peppy, dance-heavy musical is based on the real-life newsboys strike of 1899 in New York City.
Long celebrated for his peppy still life paintings and fantastical landscapes, the 96-year-old California native is currently in London for a survey show at the city’s White Cube gallery.
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First Known Use of peppy
PEPPY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of peppy for English Language Learners
: full of energy or enthusiasm
: able to move fast
PEPPY Defined for Kids
Definition of peppy for Students
: full of brisk energy or liveliness
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