Examples of punchy in a Sentence
shrimp in a punchy sauce
She was punchy with fatigue.
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Ford sticks the landing of this short, poignant and punchy book not by resolving the mystery, but by reminding the reader that there’s nothing quite so horrific as having no future.
The site is know for its incremental and fast-paced coverage of local happenings, and the often-punchy voices of its writers.
Carve that bird, set out a leafy green salad with a punchy vinaigrette, and dinner is served.
Unlike the movie that follows, the to-the-point lead-in is punchy and climactic.
Combining punchy valuations with massive losses means taking the entrepreneurial art form to a dizzying extreme.
That implies a roughly 5% decline in same-store sales, given the still-punchy pace of store openings.
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First Known Use of punchy
Synonymsaddle, addled, addlepated, bedeviled, befogged, befuddled, bemused, bewildered, bushed [chiefly Australian], confounded, confused, dazed, distracted, dopey (also dopy), fogged, mixed-up, muddleheaded, muzzy, pixilated (also pixillated), punch-drunk, dizzy, raddled, shell-shocked, silly, slaphappy, spaced-out (or spaced), spacey (also spacy), stunned, stupefied, zonked, zonked-out
Related Wordssenseless, unconscious
Near Antonymsalert, conscious
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