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
None matches the splash of the 2018 Stelvio, Alfa’s first SUV, drawing raves for its sport car-like handling and peppy 280 horsepower engine.
There’s a backdrop of day-glow graphics, peppy electronic music and an anxiety-producing countdown clock.
On Saturday afternoon a week ago, the soundtrack was peppy pop Christmas songs.
In conclusion, if somebody on your holiday gift list would like an album of peppy songs that may or may not make dogs happy, this may or may not be the ideal gift for that person.
My usual gynecologist was booked solid for six weeks, but another gynecologist who was very nice, very peppy, and not unlike the lead character from the Netflix show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt had the availability to see me.
Switch the gearshift to the shiftable side, and a Sport light comes on and the nice car gets a little peppy.
What is surprising is just how peppy and patently unironic Colors is.
Off the record: starts with a Euro Tech Pop thing and transition into a more peppy tune that's easier to dance to and has a sound track that on YouTube is impossible to heard.
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First Known Use of peppy
Synonymsdynamic, energetic, flush, gingery, lusty, vigorous, red-blooded, robust, vital
Antonymsdull, lethargic, listless, sluggish, torpid
Related Wordsanimated, brisk, dashing, kinetic, lively, punchy, spirited, sprightly, vivacious; energized, enlivened, invigorated, vitalized; firm, fortified, mettlesome, mighty, powerful, puissant, strong; refreshed, rejuvenated, revitalized; able-bodied, athletic, beefy, brawny, burly, fit, hardy, husky, muscular, robustious, rugged, stalwart, stout, strapping, sturdy, tough, virile; hale, healthy, hearty, sound; capable, competent
Near Antonymsdelicate, effete, enervated, faint, feeble, frail, infirm, wan, weak, weakened; impotent, powerless, prostrate, prostrated, sapped, tired; indolent, lackadaisical, languid, lazy; invertebrate, nerveless, soft, spineless, wimpy; ill, unhealthy, unsound, unwell; broken-down, debilitated, decrepit, disabled, wasted, worn-out
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