Examples of punchy in a Sentence
shrimp in a punchy sauce
She was punchy with fatigue.
Recent Examples of punchy from the Web
Thundercat's solo work is built on bass, of course, as well as an effective falsetto on short, punchy jazz-and-soul tracks with swirling electronic sounds.
Adding all sorts of punchy aromatics, such as the orange zest and ginger in this recipe, turns these cherry tomatoes into veritable little flavor bombs: bursts of sweetness that then spread throughout the dish.
Such a gorgeous, delicate dish almost bereft of acid on its own might fall flat without the punchy Txakolina poured out of a porron to balance it out.
Even though the Joy Formidable attracted a substantially smaller crowd at the main stage, the Welsh trio’s punchy rock reverberated throughout the festival grounds.
The RNC’s output was punchy, snarky and at times contradictory.
Lifeless objectives are ditched for punchy personal brand statements and designs are livened up with color.
The rev happy 16-valve DOHC engine has a punchy midrange.
Like other documentaries, this one crams found footage into punchy montage sequences held together by (not always identified) voice-overs.
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First Known Use of punchy
PUNCHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of punchy for English Language Learners
: very exciting or lively
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